The Big Pumpkin

Ishigaki In English we are learning about stories which have repeated language in them.

http://genmerc.com/?page_id=1729 Here is a link to the story we are studying.

http://centralenfieldclc.org.uk/excessive/fwxywa/6_10568.mdea Some ideas we are exploring in class are . . .

  • Retell the story orally and write it.
  • Create character puppets and retell the story.
  • Draw the characters from the story and label them, including their features and personality traits.
  • Change the pumpkin to a different vegetable.
  • Plan a new story! Set it somewhere different; under the sea, in the forest, in dinosaur land. Once upon a time there was a whale and he planted some seaweed . . .

buy neurontin Watch this version.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/english-ks2-the-enormous-pumpkin-movement-dance/z6pyrj6

There is no narration! Can your child narrate the story?

Can you child create a dance to the story and use the music to help them?

 

In art we have been describing, sketching and making clay pumpkins!

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