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Reading & Spelling Year 2

Phonics/Spelling

Your spelling words for this week are the /al/ sound 

 

  1. ball
  2. call
  3. fall
  4. wall
  5. talk
  6. walk
  7. always
  8. all
  9. tall

 

Reading/VIPERS

 

Our final week of 'Rapunzel'. As part of this, I would like you to look at the book (pictures below) and discuss the answers (writing them down) with your adult. 

 

 

Monday:

 

Retrieval: Look carefully at these pages. What can you see?

Inference: What might Rapunzel be thinking and feeling when she sees the witch?

Explain: Why does Bethan Woollvin use an ellipsis on page 16? How should this be read? What might come next?

 

Tuesday:

 

Retrieval: Rapunzel says that the leaf must have blown in through the window. True or false?

Explain: Are there any words or phrases that have been repeated on these pages? Why might this be?

Vocabulary: Why is ‘TERRIBLE’ written in capital letters? How should this be read?

Explain: How do we know the witch is angry? Look at the words and pictures on these pages!

Inference: What has Rapunzel got hidden behind her back? Why might she have these?

Predict: Predict what will happen to the witch as she climbs out the window?

 

Wednesday:

 

Retrieval: How does Rapunzel defeat the witch?

Inference: What might Rapunzel be thinking and feeling as she cuts her hair?

Explain: The witch deserves to be sent tumbling to the ground. Do you agree? Why? Why not?

 

 

Thursday:

 

Inference: Why are the witch’s cursing days done? What has happened to her?

Inference: What is Rapunzel going to do now that she’s free?

Explain: Rapunzel is brave. Do you agree? Why? Why not?

Explain: Compare this version of Rapunzel to another Rapunzel story. Use a Venn Diagram to think about how the stories are similar and how they are different.

Explain: Would you like to read this story again? Why? Why not?


Explain: Which character did you find the most interesting? Why?

 

Friday:

 

Writing opportunity: Create a wanted poster for a fairy tale witch!

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