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Reading and writing

Our writing this week is linked to our new theme 'Marvel in Marine Life', and we will be continuing with our poetry focus for another week!  This week we are going to be creating some shape poems. Read the shape poems on the powerpoint, then  watch to find out how to construct your own poems:-

Ocean Shape Poetry

Have a look at the different sea creatures in the PDF below and choose one of your favourite ones.  As it says in the powerpoint, first think of some words or phrases which describe your chosen creature.  Can you use some alliteration or a simile using 'like a' or 'as'?  Remember to use your capital letters and full stops correctly.  Get someone else in your family to help out and share ideas with!  We look forward to seeing some of your great shape poems this week.  Take your time and try working on a few different ones over the week. Enjoy!



Have a listen to Miss Burton reading 'Barry the Fish with Fingers', then complete the activities below!

Barry the fish with fingers.mp3

  • Puffy, the puffer fish, blows bubbles. Think of different words to describe bubbles. You might try blowing bubbles to help you think of some new vocabulary.
  • 'Barry was no ordinary fish'. What does 'ordinary' mean?
  • Barry is described as 'amazing' in the story. Write a story about another amazing creature.
  • Use finger puppets to tell a story that Barry might perform to his friends.
  • Can you write a new adventure for Barry and his friends?