We went on a word hunt and then used our code to read and write secret sentences.
Happy World Book Day! We paraded our costumes for the whole school and told P2/3 who we were dressed as. P6/7 drew pictures for us to match our costumes.
We have been enjoying the story “Stick Man” in school. We collected sticks and leaves to help us create a picture of Stick Man and his family.
We went for a jog around the muga pitch to search for words beginning with the sound ‘j’
The Three Bears sent us ingredients to make their favourite breakfast - p for porridge! It was so tasty!
The Jolly Postman delivered apple juice, apples and strawberry laces to help us remember the s and a sounds!
Jolly Postman Topic: the wolf brought us his favourite tasty treats (tea and toast) to help us remember the ‘t’ sound.
Developing our early phonological awareness through rhyme, story telling and word awareness.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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