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Reading & Story Time Y1 w/c 18th May
Every day you should read for about 10 minutes
- Read your school book to a grown up or an older brother or sister.
- If you have read all of your books, you can read one of your own books from home.
- Ask the person that heard you read to sign in your reading diary.
If you have read all of your books, you can read one of your own books from home
Oxford owl has lots of brilliant e-books that are similar to you school story books too!
- ·Ask someone to read you a story, or watch the story below.
- · Watch the video story ‘The Robot and The Bluebird’ below and have a go at the comprehension and sequencing activities on Espresso.
Some questions to answer:
- · How has the robot been described? What is he like? How do you feel about him?
- · Through which seasons did the robot lay on the scrap heap for?
- · How did the robot feel at the beginning of the story? Why did he feel this way?
- · What is special about the robots ‘new heart’?
- · Describe the weather that the robot travelled through. Why was it not an easy journey?
- · In what ways did the robot show kindness to others?
Fun activities for this story:
- - Make little robot and bluebird puppets. You could make a robot using different materials and why they are good properties for a robot.
- - Research bluebirds and make a fact file
- - Pretend to be a robot - how would you feel being left on the scrap heap? Write down your feelings.
- - Decorate a heart and think about the words that describe a kind person- what other qualities might they possess. You could also write about ways you have been kind to others.