The Sea Saw

In English, we have been learning a beautiful story called The Sea Saw by Tom Percival. Before we can write our own  stories we always learn a good example first. To help us learn it we use pictures and actions to remind us of each sentence or phrase. This is our class story map.

Have a go at practicing this at home. Could you draw your own story map for one of your favourite stories?

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Comments (5)

  1. Year Two

From Jack's Mummy:

Very late with this one, but Jack told me the story beautifully today. He remembered all of it and lots of details such as the shimmering fish.

 
  1. Debbie

We loved being shown the story by Evie, our favourite part was the lighting and thunder.

 
  1. Sheryl Mansfield

What a wonderful end to the story. My favourite part was how the sea helped the bear travel home Sofia.

 
  1. Ellie Rutherford

We all enjoyed hearing this lovely story told by Eve.

 
  1. Stacey Coote

Daisie has acted this out for us this morning and she really enjoyed showing us the actions from the story board.

 
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