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Story Time

Mrs Brown & George read Slinky Malinky

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Mrs King reads The Star-Faced Crocodile

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Why did it look like the crocodile had a star on his face?

Mrs Miller reads Oliver’s vegetables

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In this story Oliver eats different vegetables each day of the week. Can you list the days of the week in order and add which vegetable he ate that day?

Mrs Brown & George read A Squash & A Squeeze

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Miss Heilbron reads ‘Rainforest Romp’

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Where is the story set?
Can you remember what animals are in the story?

Mrs Miller reads Goldilocks and Just the One Bear (in two videos)

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What is the same and what is different from the traditional Goldilocks story you already know?

Goldilocks story part two

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Mrs Brown & George read Good Little Wolf

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What do you think happened to Rolf and Mrs Boggins? What made Rolf turn into an angry wolf?

Miss Heilbron reads ‘Smile, crocodile, smile’

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What did the animals give Clarabella to make her smile?

Mrs.Brown & George read The Snail & the Whale

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Did you spot the Gruffalo?

Mrs Brown & George read Hairy Maclary Sit

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Can you make up your own assault course in your house or garden? How many activities can you link together? Can you time yourself or someone you live with doing it?

Mrs Miller reads Well done Little Bear

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Where could you go exploring this weekend?

Mrs Brown & George read The Tiger Who Came to Tea

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Which animal would you like to come to your house for tea? What would you give them to eat and drink?

Mrs Brown & George read Doug the bug that went Boing

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How many things did Doug bounce off?

Mrs.Brown & George read Hairy McLairy

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Do you have a pet? Can you think of a name for them like the dogs in this book? How many dogs were in the gang?

Miss Heilbron reads ‘The Squirrels who squabbled’

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Who are the main characters of the story? 
What happened at the beginning of the story? 
What happed at the end of the story that we can do at home? 

Mrs Miller reads How the Camel got his Hump

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So why did the genie give the Camel a hump?

Mrs Brown & George read Nobot the Robot with no Bottom

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How many uses for Nobot’s bottom could you spot?

Mrs.Brown & George read What the Ladybird Heard Next

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It might be tricky but can you spot the ladybird on each page? How many animals live on the farm?

Mrs Brown & George read Giraffes Can’t Dance

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How many different dances could you count in the story?

Mrs Miller reads The Detective Dog (2 part video)

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This is a nice longer book to finish off the term. It is about reading and borrowing book and the characters visit a library.
Even though Crowborough library is closed at the moment you can still access all the wonderful virtual activities and ebooks the service has to offer. For more details https://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/libraries/local/locations/crowborough/

Part 2

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Miss Heilbron reads ‘Charlie Cooks favourite book’

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Can you name some of their favourite stories? 

Mrs King reads Lost and Found

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Pause the story when Mrs King tells you, how do you think he could help the penguin

Miss Bawcombe reads Up and Down

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What is his special talent?

Mrs.Brown reads Oliver and Patch

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Why do you think Oliver was lonely? I imagine lots of you are missing your friends at the moment, perhaps you could write a letter to one of your friends, and deliver it on your daily walk? Or write a letter to one of your teachers?

Mrs Miller reads Lazy Lion

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How many different African animals can you spot in this story? Can you say them in order?

Miss Heilbron reads ‘The Stick Man’

Who did Stick man get taken by? 
Who did Stick man help down the chimney? 

Mrs King reads The Gruffalo

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What adjectives would you use to describe the Graffalo?

Mrs.Brown reads Barry the Fish with Fingers

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How many of Barry’s friends were hiding, can you spot them all?

Miss Bawcombe reads There's a Spider in this Book

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Comprehension question:
Why do you think people are scared of spiders?
Why is Fluffy never smart enough to catch Eric?

Miss Heilbron reads ‘Giraffes can’t dance’

Comprehension question:

Why was Gerald upset?

How did Gerald discover he could dance?

Surprise Guest! Mrs Strand reads Handa's Surprise.

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Comprehension question:
Can you say what the surprise in the story is?
How many different pieces of fruit did you count? What were they?

Mrs King reads The Jelly That Wouldn't Wobble

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Comprehension question:
Could you think of another way that might have made the jelly wobble?
Draw a picture of what they would try.

Mrs Brown reads Supertato - Veggies Assemble

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Can you draw your own vegetable or fruit Superhero? Label your picture using lots of describing words (adjectives), what are their super powers? I look forward to seeing your pictures.

Mrs Miller reads The Worst Princess

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Comprehension question:
How many rhyming words can you spot in this story?
Can you write some of these down?

Miss Bawcombe reads On no, George!

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Comprehension question:
At the end of the story what do you think George is going to do next?
What choice is he going to make?

Miss Heilbron reads ‘The Lion inside’

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Vocabulary focus- Let’s look at some words we might not know.

  • Craggy- This word means something is uneven and rough just like the cliffs at the seaside
  • Tough- This word means strong, the Lion in the story was tough.
  • Slumbering- This word means to sleep or relax.

Try and use these words in a sentence today. 

Mrs King reads Grandma Bendy

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Comprehension questions:
Please pause the video as Mrs King ask you some questions. Can you spot Grandma Bendy in the book?

Mrs Brown reads Little Monsters Bedtime Book

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I hope you enjoy this story, why don’t you draw a picture of your own monster and use some adjectives to describe them?

Home Learning for Week commencing 27th April 2020

Mrs Miller reads The Elephant's Child

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Comprehension question:
How many different animals did the Elephant's Child meet in the story? Can you name all the different animals in order?

Miss Bawcombe reads Funderpants

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Comprehension questions:
Can you remember what the main character was called?
How many different Funderpants were there in the story? Can you describe them?

Miss Heilbron reads How to catch a star

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Comprehension questions:

  • How did the boy feel about stars?
  • What time of the day did the boy see a star?
  • Where did the boy find the star in the end?

Mrs King reads Monkey's Magic Pipe

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Comprehension Question:
As Mrs King asked you in the video can you retell the story using the picture story map at the end of the book? If you wish you can retell the story in your Home Learning book.

Mrs Brown reads "The Pig's knickers"

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Comprehension question:
Can you write in your home learning book your answer to the following question:
What do you think happened to Pig's knickers?
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