So far this term in Literacy we have been looking at Fables and Morals. We all enjoyed the Fable of "The Hare and The Tortoise" and that the moral of this fable is Slow and Steady Wins the Race. We understand that fables are written using animals, who are given human characteristics. We had great fun mapping our fables in pairs and making our own morals.
To introduce Fiction and Non-Fiction books, P4J took a trip to our school Library to browse and sort books accordingly. We then selected a book to bring home to read and enjoy!
We have been looking at adjectives this term and there was no better way to come up with exciting adjectives than to test out some chocolate! Have a look at some of our adjectives! Literacy has never tasted as rich!!
In Literacy P4J we have been looking at using commas in our work. We loved using our whiteboards and the IWB in the classroom to help us understand and write lists.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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