Story telling

This week is 'Story Telling Week' and the children have had so much fun learning short stories from Once Upon an Alphabet by Oliver Jeffers.  Letter D storyLetter D storyLetter D storyLetter D storySo far we have learned about 'Daredevil Delilah', 'Helen' and 'Jemima' and the children have performed these short stories to one another.   This afternoon we continued our story time in the sunshine using our storytelling chair. 

Year 2, which is your favourite story?

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Wow that was probably fun it looked very interesting I really wanna try Chinese food
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