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T4 Wk 2 Day 4 4.3.21

‘Together we learn, believe and achieve’

Thursday 4th March 2021 

 

Today is ‘World Book Day’ so we will be focusing on books and sharing stories! Please see the ‘Book Week- sharing stories’ folder on the Remote Learning channel for books read by a variety of school staff. 

 

At 10.30am, there is a 'World Book Day' special event 'Bringing Reading to Life'. See this link for the live event: https://www.worldbookday.com/event/words-pictures-bring-reading-to-life/
Starring: Joseph Coelho & Fiona Lumbers, Tom Fletcher and Lydia Monks and special guest Rob Biddulph. Hosted by Nigel Clarke, TV presenter

 

Phonics

Question of the day: Can dogs look at books? 

 

Write the question on a piece of paper and add sound buttons. Can you use the sound buttons to help you read the question?

 

Tricky word hunt: Write a list of tricky words on a piece of paper (I, go, to, the, no, into, he, she, we, me, be, you, they, are). Next, put out lots of different books not just children’s books for your child to explore. You could also have magazines, leaflets or takeaways menus that they have to search for the tricky words in. Once they’ve spotted a word they tick word on the sheet. After, count how many of each tricky word was found. 

 

Literacy 

Go on a ‘World Book Day’ Scavenger Hunt! 

 

Make sure you have lots of books for this hunt! Can you find each item in one of the books from your collection? How many can you find? (see sheet in the resources below). 

 

Then choose your favourite book and design a new book cover (see template below).

 

1.05-1.50pm: ‘virtual visit’ with Author Caryl Hart – please join on Teams! During the session, your child’s camera will need to be turned off and on mute so Caryl can talk to the children without any distractions. Please see the follow up activities in the resources below. 

 

Other activities you might like to do during the day:

 

  • Choose your favourite book and make a character from the story using a toilet roll/kitchen roll or other junk materials you have at home. 

 

  • Re-tell a favourite story to an adult or sibling using props, soft toys or puppets.

 

  • Have a go at the ‘World Book Day’ wordsearch (see template below)

 

 

  • Create a reading den inside/outdoor and add some soft toys, blankets and cushions to make it cosy then share books with your family!

 

 

Act of Worship

Light the candle and open the Bible.

 

What would the perfect planet look like? 

How much of your idea for the world depends on other people’s attitudes and behaviour?

 

And what does the Lord require of you, but to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?

 

What does the word nature mean to you? 

What kind of world do you want to live in?

 

Watch this clip to find out what it means to other children: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtzlxpDRiMk 

This clip is from World children’s day 2019 – What kinds of things do you think would be important to change? If you could only change one thing, what would it be?

 

Compassionate God, we ask you: to fill us with your love, to place in our hearts a spirit of courage, to move us to reach out to others in need. And lead us to play our part, so that now and in generations to come all your children may share in our hope for a better world.

AMEN

Close bible and blow out candle. 

 

 

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