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Friday 10th July
MRS BOLTON'S READING GROUP
Continue watching The Lego Story from yesterday:
Pause the film at these key points and write notes about Godtfred Kirk Christiansen and how Lego developed.
Using your notes to help you, create either a poster or a page to go in an information book or on a website – all about The Lego Story. Imagine the poster or book will be for children who are the same age as you, or younger, so try to make it as interesting and easy to follow as possible!
Remember to include: - heading (e.g. All About Lego) - sub-headings (e.g. How did Lego get its name? Who was Ole Kirk Kristianson?) - labelled picture/ diagram of a Lego brick/other toys - amazing fact(s) to surprise your reader.
Alternatively, you may wish to organise your writing using a timeline structure like the example read yesterday: https://www.lego.com/ en-gb/aboutus/legogroup/the-lego-grouphistory/
Keep reading over your writing to check it makes sense. Remember to check for your spellings and punctuation.
Colour your picture/diagram/ timeline and titles to
WORK WALL OF FAME!
Joanna and Leah have had a busy day making collages in Art and Lollipops in DT
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Please see the document below for a glossary of terms for grammar. (Please scroll through to find the Year 3 terms!)