Writing a postcard ks1 powerpoint
Summer holiday postcard template
What do the children think is wrong? Which are prey? Will the boy be dressed differently now? Explore African dance and song. Children record their ideas as correctly punctuated sentences. Pick and choose from them. Setting out the room:- Role play area — a suitcase, two hats one a penguin hat , an umbrella, a torch…. Over the coming days you can:- 1. What happens to muscles when they are used over and over again. What is it like there? Show the children a big map of the world and give them their own little paper maps or blow up globes. Say that feelings influence how characters behave. Point to Britain and then the South Pole. How do adults comfort children? They read through the book, using the strategies from the Input to read unknown words.
I hope they inspire some of your own! Will the boy be dressed differently now?
Comprehension -- Link what they read or hear read to their own experiences. Out at sea, the weather can be very unpredictable. Call in the experts! Will the boy be dressed differently now? Children describe their experiences of the beach. What kinds of adventures might happen on the way home? The boy and the penguin will see some amazing wildlife out at sea. Identify what the characters enjoy doing at the beach. Water play area — lots of containers and objects to see what a good boat should be made of… On display, lots of maps of the world, globes and pictures of marine wildlife. Think about weather, as the boy travels south, will the weather change? Which are predators? Display the final page of the story. Point to Britain and then the South Pole.
Activity Children work in ability pairs, each with a postcard template. Over the coming days you can:- 1. Say that Boris and Sid will write a postcard to share their experiences.
Could they draw before and after pictures. Explore what is land and what is water and ask them to draw what they think the best route would be from England to the South Pole.
Examples of written postcards
My mind is like a little star, Shining with ideas. Children describe their experiences of the beach. Spend a little time looking at pictures so they can see that when the boy passes through the equator, it will be hot, but that when he comes to the South Pole, it will be very cold. They reflect on the role-play they performed in Day 3 and orally prepare and improve a range of sentences to recount their meeting with a shark in the form of a written letter. Activity Children work in ability pairs, each with a postcard template. Send a postcard home! Check the items off and see if they have forgotten vital items — for example, have they brought food? What kinds of adventures might happen on the way home? Look at the pictures of the penguin. Will the boy have changed? Could you place story sacks in the classroom, and costumes and encourage them to tell each other favourite stories? Pick and choose from them. Say that feelings influence how characters behave.
Say that feelings influence how characters behave.
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