It's that time of year again when World Book Day is nearly here! This year it is slightly different as many of you will still be completing remote learning, so we have designed a variety of activities to do at home, and in school.
With the huge success of our hearts competition, we have decided to now do a potato competition! All you need to do is create a character from a favourite book - using a potato! Once you have done this, send a picture to your teacher and we will upload it onto the website. There will be a winner in every class! Be creative - we can't wait to see your potato characters! Please read the document below for more details about the competition.
Throughout the week of World Book Day, and the following week, your teachers will be setting lots of activities around books, we hope you enjoy them all!
Also, look out for information on The Masked Reader! Staff from school will be reading extracts from books and your job is to guess who they are behind the mask!
We all love dressing up for World Book Day, so we are going to have our dressing up day on Wednesday 10th March - we can't wait to see you all as characters from your favourite stories!
Keep checking for updates during the week...
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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