Category Archives: Literacy

Learning to lay a table for lunch.

We have been busy today learning how to set the table for lunchtime . We talked about which side we place our knife and forks.

What side do we place the fork?

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Learning To Explore The Tastes Of Different Salami’s.

Today a favourite visitor to Wombridge Primary School, Will Macken, came to lead a workshop for our class. Will makes his own salami sausages and uses different herbs and spices to flavour them. First, we talked about what the spices … Continue reading

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Writing our grapheme W ….

We have been busy today practicing how to write ‘w’. Can you think of words beginning with W?

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The ENORMOUS Turnip.

Today we have been busy making an enormous turnip for our class display. We had lots of fun sticking, collating and painting using autumn colour. First we drew a turnip then we began to colour it using different art medium. … Continue reading

Retelling The Enormous Turnip using Mighty Writer.

We have been very busy today retelling Traditional story ‘The Enormous Turnip’. This is linking with our farming and countryside award as we are planting turnip seeds and eating turnip as it is an autumn vegetable. We have to remember how our story starts, what happens in the middle and how it ends.

Can you retell the story of ‘The Enormous Turnip’?

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Decorating Funnybones Biscuits.

We have been very busy today decorating Funnybones cookies using different coloured icing to draw the bones. We tried to make a skeleton using the icing. It was very tricky.What have you decorated with icing?

Retelling Allan Ahlberg’s Story Funnybones.

Today, class 1 have been very busy today retelling Allan Ahlberg’s story ‘Funnybones’ to each other though pictures. We had to hunt illustration in our outdoor environment then put pictures into order, thinking about how the story began the middle and what happens at the end.

Where did the skeletons go ?

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Learning To Make ‘Funnybones’ biscuits.

Today in class 1e have been very busy making Funnybones biscuits.We talked about all the ingredients needed to use to make our dough. We mixed flour, sugar, butter and egg together with vanilla extract. Then we learned how to rollout … Continue reading

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Funnybones Paintings.

After enjoying Allan Ah;berg’s story ‘Funnybones’ we painted pictures about Funnybones. We have been retelling the story to each other and talking about what has happened and what will happen next. Can you retell your favourite story?

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This week we have made a special effort to plant herbs and vegetables which can grow and then be used in our cooking activities and the school kitchen. We love to see our vegetables used for school dinners. Here we … Continue reading