Updated:23/6/2020 Read along with the narrator. Grumpy Monkey – by Suzanne Lang. Read by Miss Jill. We add new stories and books every week. Read with us!READ MORE
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Strong verbs have the power to capture images in the writer’s and reader’s minds. Read the abstract of the poem (The Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore) here and in your notebooks write the verbs. Think of the images the verbs conjure in your mind. Comment below in a sentence or two about what
We are building a noun wall on this post. Take your nouns from a favourite poem, book, or even conversation with someone. Start building your own and come here and share with us some of these nouns. Don’t forget to tell us where you collected the nouns: from a poem, a book or a conversation
Where Are You Going Lyrics: Diddle Diddle Dumpling Diddle diddle dumpling, my son JohnWent to bed with his breeches on,One stocking off, and one stocking on;Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John. Song There are a few variation of this nursery...READ MORE