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Using Role Play to Help Promote Learning in Year 3

21 September 2017

Read time: 30 seconds

Year 3 have been busy learning the story of the 3 Billy goats gruff. First the children acted out the story in the role play area and put actions to the story as a whole class.

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Next the children adapted the story with new characters and settings. They loved adding extra details such as adjectives, adverbs and sentence openers.

We are currently writing our stories in groups and next week we will write individual adapted versions. We would love you to come in and read our stories when they are finished. 

Ms Naomi Skinner, Year 3 Teacher