Posted on 12 September, 2013 by Mr Baker Posted in Uncategorized. Spent the afternoon watching some wonderful material investigating in KS1 this afternoon. The children came up with some brilliant vocabulary to describe the materials.
Some of the words are missing from the titles of these books. Use the clues underneath to help you work out the answer. You can check your answers by looking at the bottom of the page. Good luck! 1. Wordplay, riddles and ...
The only significant change to the document I summarised and commented on here is that there will be a free choice of modern or ancient language at KS2 and a free choice of modern language at KS3. This seems to be in ...
The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman has to be my most recommended book in the schools I work with - and I don't apologise! I could probably fit it to any given unit! Historical story? Tick.
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