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Read your available BUG CLUB BOOK and answer the comprehension questions.
Remember to use your reading skills:
Now, write a review about your book and share with your class teacher.
.......and remember, 'The more you READ, the more things you will know.' Be awesome! Be a book nut!
Learning objective: To have different feelings about the dark- Book making
I can share my experience of the dark
I can say how the dark helps me
I can say how the dark help others
Purpose of learning: To know the importance of darkness
Vocabulary: dark, afraid, fearless, brave, snuggly, magical, nocturnal animals, fireworks, shadows, wonderful, book making
Starter: How do you feel about the dark?
Display the phrase...Don’t be afraid of the dark!
Read the phrase with children and discuss the phrase in detail. Discuss some of the things they can do to be fearless/brave when in the dark.
Elicit from children how important the ‘dark’ is. Use the prompt questions below.
Why shouldn’t we be afraid of the dark?
What might happen if there was no ‘dark?’
What can we do in the dark?
How does the dark help us in our lives?
Reinforce children’s ideas.
Explain to children some of the importance of the dark.....
The snuggly dark- it helps us to sleep, makes us feel cosy...
The magical dark- seeing the moon and stars at night, nocturnal animals, fireworks...
The useful dark- places where we store things, the shadows of trees...
To say and write some wonderful things about the dark and compile as a mini book.
Can we have different feelings about the dark? Why might that be? Discuss.
Here are examples of mini books.