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Thursday 4th March

How you can celebrate a very 2021 World Book Day on Thursday 4 March! |  National Literacy Trust

Usually on World Book Day, we dress up in school. Unfortunately, this year we can’t do that, well not yet anyway.

So, today we will be joining in with lots of fun activities based around some of our favourite books.

9:15 – 9:309:30 – 10:4511: 12.151:00 – 1:301:30 – 3:00
SpellingEnglishMathsReadingWorld Book Day crafts

Today for your spellings I want you to complete the word search for your group.

If you are at home and cannot do the word search draw a picture and hide your words inside it.

I have hidden a book title somewhere in your word search, can you find it? read the clue for your group.

break, most, sure, would, improve, floor, clothes, money, half, water, sugar

CLUE: He is a goblin and loves to make gold

some, school, house, love, said, were, one, their, people, asked

CLUE: A little girl who loves to read

his, go, the, they, by, he, me, so, when, like

CLUE: A little brown and white dog


Today’s focus is the story of:

TASK: I would like you to design and create your own super vegetable. (I would love to see some real vegetables decorated)


Today we are going to create diagrams to show favourite books of teachers in school.

We will correct the tally chart, create a pictogram and a learn how to do a block diagram (bar chart)

TASK: Create a pictogram from the information above with the picture representing 2

Now I would like you to watch the video on block diagrams

TASK: Create a block diagram for the information I collected.


In English today, you created your very own superhero.

TASK: I would like you to create a story for your super character and use a story board to help you.

Read your story to someone. Did they like it?

I would like you to spend the rest of the day reading or listening to your favourite stories, drawing pictures of your favourite characters or doing any crafts you would like to celebrate world book day.

Please spend some time watching this video. It shows how important subtitles can be to help you with your reading.

Well done children. Tomorrow is technology free Friday, so I would like you to have as much fun as you can at home and I look forward to seeing you all back to school on Monday.

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