Monthly Archives: July 2018

Year 3 Beach Bums!

Alara – Beech Class:

On Monday we went to Southend it was so fun!  My partner was Isobella.  Isobella brought some toys.  There were two horses to play with then we went to Adventure Island.  I went on loads of rides and also we went to the seaside.  We had lunch there then went back to Adventure Island.  We went on the coach back to school.  I said that I want to go there again!

Thank you to our brilliant teachers for organising it!

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A Peculiar Adventure!

The Peculiars by Kieran Larwood.  (Mary-Kate & Mariyah)

Fancy reading a book about a girl named Sheba?  A crab machine that steals children from the Thames?  Well this is just the book for you!

This action packed book is stuffed with wonder and curiosity and once you start you cannot stop.  Sheba (a wolf-girl) is brave and fierce.  Everybody says she has a wonderful head and face of hair and hands of hair. In fact, she is covered with hair from head to toe.  She is part of a Freak Show and trust us, you really want to read this.  Willow Class have recently been reading this as a class in Guided Reading and our Guided Reading is really fun because we all take it in turns to read aloud.

Write a suggestion in the comments below about a really good book that Willow Class should read next. We hope you enjoyed our blog!

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I’m Stuck!

Isobella – Beech Class Year 3

Hello my name is Isobella and I need your comments! I am stuck for iat the moment!  Here are 2 books and their blurbs.

Amelia Fang and the Barbaric Ball:  Meet Amelia Fang who loves playing goblin tag and cuddling her pet pumpkin, Squashy!  She hates going to her mum and dad’s barbaric ball.  Oh! and one more thing, Amelia is a vampire.

The Rescued Puppy:  Twins Georgia and Adam cannot wait to go on holiday to the seaside especially as they are taking their lively puppy Lucky with them!

Please choose one of these lively books and I will read it.  I will then write a review to tell you all about it.

Thank you for your help, Isobella.

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