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Lyminster Primary School

Growing, Caring & Learning Together

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Year 1

Writing Ideas

Please send us photographs or videos of your childs work. We would like to display work on the Year 1 gallery to inspire and engage their classmates. Good luck with all the writing tasks and most importantly enjoy sharing the stories with your grown ups.

Listen to the following text 'Unfortunately' By Alan Durant and Simon Rickerty, read by Mr Harrison. You can pause it at anytime and make a prediction about what might happen next. Don't forget to discuss with your grown ups what you like or dislike about the text. Recall your favourite part of the story and explain to your grown ups why you like it. After you have listened to the story have ago at one or all of the following writing tasks inspired by the story. 

Listen to the following text 'Oi Frog!' By Kes Gray and Jim Field, read by Mr Harrison. You can pause it at anytime and make a prediction about what might happen next. Don't forget to discuss with your grown ups what you like or dislike about the text. Recall your favourite part of the story and explain to your grown ups why you like it. After you have listened to the story have ago at one or all of the following writing tasks inspired by the story. 

Listen to the following text 'You can't take an Elephant on the bus' By Patricia Cleveland-Peck, read by Miss Smith. You can pause it at anytime and make a prediction about what might happen next. Don't forget to discuss with your grown ups what you like or dislike about the text. Recall your favourite part of the story and explain to your grown ups why you like it.After you have listened to the story have ago at one or all of the following writing tasks inspired by the story. 

Listen to the following text 'Sylvia and Bird' By Catherine Rayner, read by Miss Smith. You can pause it at anytime and make a prediction about what might happen next. Don't forget to discuss with your grown ups what you like or dislike about the text. Recall your favourite part of the story and explain to your grown ups why you like it. After you have listened to the story have ago at one or all of the following writing tasks inspired by the story.