Our second ‘Talk 4 Writing’ story of the year is ‘Little Charlie’. In this story Charlie makes a journey to visit his grandmother, and he meets some interesting characters along the way. This story links with our over-arching topic of why do we make journeys. Through our Literacy the children will explore writing their own journey tales based on Little Charlie, whilst focusing on how to describe the settings.

For our non-fiction strand of Literacy, the children will be exploring writing a diary or recount of the journey to Earl Shilton that we shall be making later this half term. This links to our Geography topic on ‘Our School’ this half term, which also covers the local area.

World Book Day 2022

Innovating Sentences By Changing Key Words & Adding Adjectives

Creating Instructions With A Focus On The Vocabulary “First,” “Then,” “Next” & “Finally.:

Innovated Text Maps On A Set Of Instructions

Writing Up Our Innovated Story Maps

Whole Class Shared Write – Writing The First Part Of Our ‘Little Red Haired Kylie’ Story

Innovating Our Little Red Riding Hood Story Map

Innovating Key Words In Our Red Riding Hood Story By Playing ‘Blankety Blank-

Using A Story Map To Retell The Story Of Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood Literacy Launch – A Wolf In The School

Working As A Whole Class To Describe Characters From Stories

Working Collaboratively to Describe Firework Pictures