This week in Literacy Paddington were given the following clues:
- a bundle of straw
- a collection of twigs
- a brick
Using the clues, the children had to guess what our story was. They guessed right and said it was ‘The Three Little Pigs’. We read the story and we all joined in with the repeated phrases “not by the hair on my chinny chin chin and I’ll huff and I’ll puff…”
We have had a strong focus on using our drama skills this week and the children have been using the following drama conventions ‘Sculpting’, ‘Freeze frames’ and ‘Thought tracking’.
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We then looked at a picture of the wolf and on the blue cards wrote words to describe what the wolf looks like. Then, using the heart shaped cards we wrote down how the wolf might be feeling and gave reasons to explain our thoughts.
Finally, we received a letter from the wolf’s mummy who explained that the wolf was actually a really good little wolf and he only wanted to play with the pigs, not eat them. We then had to think about an alternative ending to the story in which when the wolf knocked on the pig’s door, they let him in. See the yellow piece of paper in the picture for our ideas!
It has been another fantastic week of hard work, enthusiasm and brilliant ideas in Paddington class and I am so pleased with how well the children are doing!