World Book Day - March 3rd, 2022

3rd March 2022
We enjoyed a bit of extra reading in the KS2 playground at lunchtime!  Thankfully, the weather stayed dry so the books weren't damaged!
World Book Day activities in Class 2, including making book characters using wooden spoons. 
World book day activities in Class 3. 
World book day activities in Class 4.
World book day activities in Class 6.
World book day activities in Class 13.
Class 14 made this wonderful book. It represents a huge amount of effort and we think they have done an absolutely super job! We hope you enjoy it as much as us!
Class 14 sharing stories and planning ideas for their own book. 

Reading for pleasure workshop with Mrs Dowdall - lots of ideas to help you support your child to love reading!

 

 

Have a look at the World Book Day family area - click on the link below!

World Book Day is about celebrating books and reading all year round. It’s never too early to encourage a love of reading and we hope you find activities and advice here to help you enjoy sharing stories together as a family not just on World Book Day but every day of the year.

www.worldbookday.com

Reading Together in families counts!

Children need support to develop the habit and love of reading. Three core strategies support readers, as our Open University research indicates:

Reading Aloud

Time to read as a family

Book chat

So ‘just relax and read’. Time and space to hear stories and to read and talk informally about what you’re reading makes a difference to children’s pleasure in reading.

Click on the link below to visit the Open University’s Reading for Pleasure site…

https://ourfp.org/supporting-rah/

 

Ms Merriman reading The Adventures of the Dish and the Spoon by Mini Grey. 
Miss Hayhurst reading The Last Wolf by Mini Grey. 
Mrs Rawlins is reading The Bad Bunnies' Magic Show by Mini Grey.
Mrs Griffin reading Biscuit Bear by Mini Grey.