The Onomatopoeia Alphabet | Onomatopoeia for Kids | Jack Hartmann
The Onomatopoeia Alphabet by Jack Hartmann is an onomatopoeia alphabet song. Onomatopoeia is using words that imitate the sounds things make.We call them s...
Onomatopoeia words... words that make sounds
Spelling with our eyes closed!
What makes a good set of instructions? We followed some to find out...
How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth
If YOU were a woolly mammoth running away from bath time, where might YOU hide? How would you get a woolly mammoth down from a tree?
We write in candle light
Rhetorical Questions rant!
Sticky knowledge - rebuilding an information text and finding the features
Categorising facts into relevant subheadings
Being active readers and fixing unknown words
Playing around with conjunctions to make our sentences more exciting
Our first write in candle light
Daily reading with our reading partners
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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