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English - Little Red Riding Hood

Building word banks to write descriptive sentences about characters.

We have been learning to use the conjunction and to join ideas.

Check out our writing linked to the story. We have really focused on writing sentences using capital letters, finger spaces and full stops correctly. We have made such an improvement! We have also started looking at writing descriptive sentences linked to the story setting,

We have been retelling different scenes from the story. We are speaking in sentences and will use these in our writing.

We used the story map to retell the story independently and in small groups

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We had a go at drawing our own story map for Little Red Riding Hood today

Our version of Little Red Riding Hood

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Below is the story map we have been using to help us retell the story. Can you have go at home?

This morning we discovered a basket in our classroom. It had a rad cape and a pie inside. We shared our ideas about which traditional tale it could have been from. Some of us thought a wolf may be in the story. Some recognised the red cape and said it belonged to a little girl called Little Red Riding hood. We learned a talk for writing version of the story and practiced it a lot together! We really enjoyed the story.

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