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Welcome back to the new school year and Reading Club.

 

 

Please remember to bring your reading book and reading diary to Reading Club smiley

School Year

2016-2017

Welcome back. I am sure we will all enjoy another year of reading and sharing books.

Finding out about Easter.

Finding out about Easter. 1

Reading club enjoying books on World Book Day, March 2017

Reading club enjoying books on World Book Day, March 2017 1
Reading club enjoying books on World Book Day, March 2017 2
Reading club enjoying books on World Book Day, March 2017 3
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Reading club enjoying books on World Book Day, March 2017 6
Reading club enjoying books on World Book Day, March 2017 7

Book review

Book review 1

A book review about Harriet the Horrible

This book is by E R. Riley, this might make you think that Harriet the Horrible is like Horrid Henry but actually it’s not. 

This book makes you want to laugh out loud, some people who know me know I don’t really read this much however I recommend this to people who like funny, emotional and quite adventurous books.

This book is suitable for children from aged 7years +.

Harriet then Horrible is highly recommended. The reason why I treasure this book so much is because the book was signed by the author himself ER. Riley.

 

This book isn’t an ordinary book because this isn’t just 1 book, its 2 books in 1 which is awesome - right!

So this book is about a young girl called Harriet and she lives with her mum and she just moves around with her mum pretty much every week and when she moved to one school she was so naughty that she put hot curry powder in her teachers cake and that teachers name was very funny her name was Miss Eat allot      weird right?!?!

She had other pranks up her sleeves. When she moved to one school the teachers were scared of rats and mice so guess what she did? She got some mice from the local pet shop and got the mice droppings from the mice cage…….!

Right I am not going to give you any more clues about the bookJ.

Amelia

Reading Club have been reading aloud poems and rhymes. Thought we would share this one with you.

 

Poem written by Paul Cookson

Poem introduction

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Listen to the poem

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Did you know it is the 90th anniversary of Winnie-the-Pooh?

In the library the Hundred Acre wood has started to grow. The children have been looking for Winnie-the-Pooh and friends and returning them to the wood. Next week we will start sharing the adventures of the famous bear.

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I like this book because it has lots of animals in.

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I like this book because it has lots of animals in. 2
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The school year 2015-2016 can be found below this block.

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School Year 2015-2016

Reading Club

 

World Book Day March 3rd 2016

A good book to start our themed day off with.

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Week starting 21st September 2015.

During the week we will be sharing snippets from a range of books written by Roald Dahl. Friday 25th September will see the children and staff dressing up as characters from his books. 

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The school year 2014-2015 can be found below this block of text.

Book Review 3 - Thank You again 'D' - great to see you reading so many books.

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Book Review number 2 - Thank You 'D'

Review 2

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Thursday 23rd April 2015 

Shakespeare Day.

 

The day started off with us all reading books written by William Shakespeare.

 

How many story titles can you remember ?

 

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Book review number 2.

Would you like to read this book?

Have a look

World Book Day  March 5th 2015

It was great to see so many children dressed up as characters from books.

 

Enjoy reading with your friends.

World Book Day (Reading Club)

This is our first short book review.

 

 

 

Thank you 'G' for this review.     no

Click below to listen to the review

Book review

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Spring Term

It was great to hear all about the books that you had at Christmas. It can be hard to decide which one you want to read first.

Thank you for bringing them.

 

If you think about all the books that you have read since September, which was your favourite and why?

You are going to be sharing your thoughts about your favourite books and try to explain why you liked it.

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Update week 13

You have given me your ideas about what you would.

Here is a word search with a twist.

 

If you want a printed copy you can ask me.

 

The Foggy, Foggy Forest by Nick Sharratt

 

Word Search     Because you all enjoy this book, I have decided to make it a little harder.

You have got to answer the questions, then find the correct spelling for the answer in the word search

Remember the words can go   up, down, left or right or diagonal.

Remember the book rhymes.

1          Describe the weather in the forest?   ______________________

2          Who sat ….  ‘all by himself’ ?       ______________________

3         What type of chairs did the three bears sit in?   __________________

4          Who played on the trampoline?           ______________________

5          Which instrument did the unicorn play?      ______________________

6           What was Goldilocks holding   ‘ a box of …….’?  ___________________

7           What sound did the ‘engine on the broom’ make?  _________________

8            In the forest who liked yoga?     ______________________

9           Who played with Cinderella?   ______________________

10         Who was selling ice cream with Little Red Riding Hood?  ___________

 

 

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Update week 12

Over the past few weeks we have been collecting and making a list of new words that we have found when we are reading.

Have a look at what we have found.

mumbled

wound

sceptically

immediately

destructive

traditional

native

cultures

biological

symbolizes

foreign

If you can not remember the meaning of the words, have a look in the dictionary and let me know what you have found out.

Update week 7

Thank you for sharing your ideas and thoughts about the book covers.

Great work 'D' you matched the thoughts and ideas to the book covers. (You can also have 2 house points no )

This week a pupil in Year 2 read to the whole group. Well done. smiley The book was about how dogs can help people.

('L', you can have 2 house points no )

 

When you read your books this week, let me know of any new words that you find.

 

We will make a list of these words.

How many do you think we will find altogether ?

 

Enjoy reading.

  Update week 6

                     Have a look of reading club in action.

 

 

Update week 5

House points awarded to the children who shared their ideas about the book covers.

 

Which covers do you think go with these thoughts.

      It makes me think of magic.         It reminds me of cute dogs.

 

                     I think they are going to play hide and seek.

 

    The boy is in a secret club.                        Who has stolen the puppies?

 

     It makes me think of a boy that has a dream about being a wizard.

Update week 4

If you only look at the cover of a book, what does it make you think of ?

 

Look at these book covers and let me know at reading club what they made you think of.

 

 

 

 

 

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                    Update week 3

                     Last week a pupil at reading club started reading to the group the story

                     Little Red Riding Pig from the book

 

                      More Animal Stories by Dick King-Smith

            

Please remember to bring your reading book and reading diary to Reading Club.smiley