We have been learning the story of The Magic Porridge Pot! What an amazing performance. What do you think? Remember to tell everyone the story using your story maps too!
Later in the week, we will be writing the story in our own little porridge pot books! Well done everyone. I am so proud of you all.
Miss Francis worked with some children from Red and Purple class to create this wonderful Gruffalo puppet show.
In Year 1, we have been reading the story of The Magic Porridge Pot. Here is a different version for you to enjoy!
Yesterday, we role played the story!
Then we made and ATE porridge! It was very exciting but we had to remember the words to make the porridge stop cooking! Luckily we all did!
Tell someone at home how to make porridge.
We enjoyed joining in with this poem and learning some Jamaican Patois.
We have almost finished our ‘class read’. We will be sad to say goodbye to Mr P and the author Maria Farrer who has been replying to Ms Chambers’ tweets.
If you would like to find out what happens to Mr P, there are more adventures to enjoy!
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We love poetry in 1B. This poem really made us laugh today. Can you work out what it means?
Spring in the Yarm Fard
The mat keowed
The mow cooed
The bog darked
The kigeon pooed
The squicken chalked
The surds bang
The kwuk dacked
The burch rells chang
And then, after all the dacking and the changing
The chalking and the banging
The darking and the pooing
The keowing and the kooing
There was a mewtiful beaumont
Of queace and pie-ate.
© Trevor Millum
After reading the story of ‘The Little Red Hen’, we decided to make our own bread…and we ALL helped! We even wrote the recipe so we can teach our families to make bread rolls too. Can you remember it?
Today we shared loads of great books.
We also invited 6F to come into class to read our chick diaries! Did you find them interesting 6F? Thanks for coming to visit us!