The Puffin Book of Fantastic First Poems A lively collection of poems which are excellent to read aloud.
We will be reading, discussing, performing and composing our own poems.
Phonics: /ch/ as ‘tch’
- /sh/ alternatives
- /e/ as ‘ea’
- /w/, /o/ as ‘wa’
- /u/ as ‘o’
In SPaG: Using –ing - er –ed -est to words
- Role play
- Identify and correctly use vocabulary related to specific scenarios, places, etc. when speaking and writing.
- Identify appropriate dialogue used in different real-life scenarios.
- sequence sentences to form short narratives.
- Proof-reading to check for errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation.
- To write a book review.
- To write a letter
- To write questions
- To create a timeline.
- To write in role.
- To draft a persuasive letter.
- To write a persuasive letter.
- To write a dilemma story.
- To respond to illustration.
- To tell a story through drawings.
- To know the features of an informal letter.
- To Write an informal letter.
Children will finish reading the book ‘The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane.
- To description of the dream sequence.
- To compose new chapter for the story.
- To create a book trailer using Power Point.
- To write an email to travel agency.
- To explore the structure of a postcard and write a postcard.
- Read chapters eleven and twelve and discuss likes and dislikes about anything the children notice
- Create a shrine box for Michael to take for his baby sister.
- Write a letter in roll as Michael to his baby sister
- Understand how to use relative clauses
- Use a thesaurus to find synonyms
- Read aloud chapters twenty to chapter twenty-three and reflect about the creature.
- Write in roll as character
- Convert nouns or adjectives into verbs
- Spell word endings which sound like 'shush' spelt -cious or -tious e.g. vicious, delicious, ambitious, cautious
- To focus on using hyphens for clearer meaning
- To focus on homophones