Do you love to read in weird and wonderful places?
Do you have any unusual reading buddies?
Do you spend time creating the ultimate reading den?
The competition is for children to take pictures in the most unique, interesting and unusual places! How far can you take your reading!?!?!
There will be a fantastic prize for a child from every year group for the most unusual reading place! And even a small prize for every child who takes part.
Sounds great! How do I enter?
To be in with a chance of winning, simply take a photo of you doing your “unusual reading” and write a short review of the book you are reading.
I want to see strange places, silly costumes and as many wacky ideas as possible!
Just remember to stay safe and get help from an adult if you need to!
Send your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring into school.
This competition closes on Monday 15th April 2019.
Good luck and happy reading!
KS1 have had a great day celebrating world book day. The children enjoyed sharing their favourite books and stories; took part in a Key Stage 1 Book day quiz; did lots of book themed activities in class and 1CC were even treated to a parent sharing her favourite story!
The winners of the quiz will be announced in next Thursday’s Key Stage 1 assembly and there will be prizes for the winning team!
year 2 thoroughly enjoyed tonight’s book night to celebrate world book day. The children came dressed in their pajamas and enjoyed a book character scavenger hunt; a book quiz; making dens and reading and sharing stories by torchlight; making puppets and book character themed activities and the evening was finished off with a bedtime story read by Miss Savage whilst the children enjoyed hot chocolate and biscuits. 😋
what is your favourite Dr Seuss book??
I’d love to know!
Remember to bring your favourite book into school this Thursday to share with your friends and teachers!
You are a poet. Write a poem about these frozen waterfalls…
What are you noticing?
what are you thinking?
What are you wondering?
Read the extract above. Can you write your own RIC questions?
R – retrieval
I – Interpret
C – Choice