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Mrs Day's group spellings:

1. horse

2. horses

3. fox

4. foxes

5. cat

6. cats

7. sheep

8. calf

9. calves

10. buses


Mrs Kaye's group spellings:

1. team

2. peach

3. pies

4. tried


6. some

This week we will celebrating READING and our LOVE OF BOOKS!


We are going to look at a different book each day.


Mrs Day's favourite author is Oliver Jeffers so today we are looking at Up and Down.


We hope you like it!!


Listen to the story and then Choose a job:

•The cannon explodes with a 'BAM' sound. Can you think of other examples of onomatopoeia?

•The penguin takes off 'like a bullet'. Can you think of other similes to compare a fast / slow movement (or another action)?

*•Draw a map of the zoo and show the places that the boy searched for the penguin

•The boy 'rushed' to find his friend. Try to find synonyms for 'rushed' to show different ways that people can move.

Oliver Jeffers Picture Book Maker

Who is Oliver Jeffers?

TIPS for being an author!

Listen t o tips from Oliver Jeffers, the author and illustrator of seven global bestselling picture books, including How To Catch A Star, Lost and Found and Up and down.

Can you draw the penguin?


It's good to talk...….

  • The boy and the penguin are good friends who always do everything together. Think about the things that you like to do with your friends.


  • The boy and the penguin both get worried when they are separated. What does 'worrying' feel like? Can you think of other types of emotions?

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