Mrs Hills, Mrs Redshaw, Mrs Bullivant and Mrs Bennett
Thursday 4th March is World Book Day! Today, all of your activities are in the grid attached below. All of the activities are based upon the book Flight for Freedom by Kristen Fulton. Listen to the story on the video. Make sure you email some pictures of your finished work to email@example.com
We are very excited to have been chosen to take part in a connecting stories event in partnership with The National Literacy Strategy.
This World Book Day, at 2pm meet multi-million-selling, award-winning author Cressida Cowell, creator of the How to Train Your Dragon books (and DreamWorks films) and The Wizards of Once series – and the Waterstones Children’s Laureate. Cressida will talk about her latest book, The Wizards of Once: Never and Forever and will give tips on becoming an author or illustrator. You will find the link below to join in with the live session.
All participant cameras and live chat will be switched off so the event will be safe for all, and no participant information will be visible.
Please remember today is screen free Friday! A suggested document of activities is below. Send us some photos of you completing the activities to firstname.lastname@example.org
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