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Talk 4 Writing Fun in F3!

F3 have been enjoying getting to know our latest Talk 4 Writing book through story maps, role-play, small world play, modelling clay and mark-making.

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The children have loved taking on the roles of the characters in Little Red Riding Hood.  The Wolf and Woodcutter have been firm favourites!  It’s been wonderful to hear so many children re-telling the story in their own words and recalling the dialogue from the story. 

In the ELC, the children have loved using the bed to pretend to be sick grandma or the wolf waiting for Little Red Riding Hood! Another activity the children engaged with particular enthusiasm was deciding what to carry in the basket to take to grandma.  The children went on to make baskets full of things for grandma using modelling clay. 

Definitely lots of ‘Wow!’ moments in our learning this week.

Ms Maria Shooter, F3 Leader

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