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Thursday

Physical Development

Dance and warm up with Miss Myles
Dance your Sillies Out

Communication and Language – Reading

Listen to and enjoy the story Rosie's Walk by Pat Hutchins

Rosie’s Walk is a story we use to encourage the children to use a range of positional language and to retell the story in their own words.

Encourage the children to use positional language (prepositional vocabulary) as used in the story across, under, in through, around

Talk to the children about the illustrations with all the bright colours and repeating patterns. The pictures are funny and tell a story of their own.

Rosie's Walk

Can you draw a simple story map of the story Rosie's Walk.

Literacy writing 

Start by writing your name and when you have drawn your story map write labels for it.

Please write for your child after their attempt so that he / she sees the correct letter formation.

The Smartest Giant In Town

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