Simon Sock: Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet
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Author Guy Bass introduces SCRAP, about one robot who tried to protect the humans on his planet against an army of robots. Now the humans need his...
Topic Home Learning w/b 18.1 - Colindale Primary School
The message is clear: Love knows no boundaries, and even those who don't appear to match can still turn out a great pair. (Cork Evening Echo)A hilarious story celebrating friendship and difference from an exciting new picture book partnership. Themes and topics:Celebrating diversity, exploring friendships, creating and exploring patterns, exploring music and movement As well as guided reading of a fiction text, pupils will learn about and practise using capital letters, discuss what makes a good friend and write about their own hobbies.
Simon Sock by Sue Hendra, Paul Linnet | Waterstones
Night Mayor Franklefink has vanished from the Transylvanian Express - and it's up to you to solve the case! Part of the Solve Your Own Mystery seri...
A wonderful new character from the bestselling creators of Barry the Fish with Fingers and the illustrator of Goodnight Digger .
Reception Planning Week Beginning 27 April 2020 Literacy
Writing outcomes: Drawing and writing about the story, writing sentences to match images, speech bubbles, designing a ‘Wanted!’ poster, story writing, and writing clues Each week, we published two lessons, one for KS1/First Level and one for KS2/First & Second Level. The lessons are designed for use in the classroom, but are also suitable to be used at home should schools be closed again. Every pupil at Scholes (Elmet) Primary School is an enthusiastic, positive and expressive learner – but it's not just our children! We are all learners: we can keep on learning new methods, new facts, new points of view.
An hilarious story celebrating friendship and difference from an exciting new picture book partnership. We work with Red Kite Teacher Training, one of the largest school-based providers of teacher training in North and West Yorkshire Author Luke Palmer introduces his new book, Play (Firefly Press) about four boys growing up together, the challenges, the friendships, and what hap...