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Reading Gives You Wings

Posted by on November 2, 2017

This term we are having a big push on reading in Churchill Class.  Below is a reminder of our expectations (you can of course do more than this!);

-change your book every week and record it on the wall chart in the classroom.

-record your reading in your journals at least three times a week and get it signed by an adult.

-crack on with the Year 6 books from the school ‘one hundred books’ list.

 

Please post a review of a book that you have read below so that others can enjoy it too.

Mrs de B and Mrs R

4 Responses to Reading Gives You Wings

  1. Jacob.S

    Matilda:
    I really enjoyed reading Matilda written by Roald Dahl because it’s about a little girl who loves to learn and she can be a role-model to people who don’t appreciate learning that much, to give it a chance.

    5 stars.

  2. Harry

    I’m reading Harry Potter and The Order Of The Phoenix. (J.K Rowling.)

    I like this book because it has lots of pages and it is quite hard to put down.

    There is a boy called Harry Potter and he is living with his horrible aunty and uncle because his parents died when he was born because Voldemort killed his parents and Harry is famous for surviving Voldemort’s spell leaving a scar on his head which hurts when he is at school.

  3. Casey

    I really like changing my book once a week because it makes me read more and makes me more determined to finish it. Then I will already have more than 3 reading logs a week which is good. I also like having a list of expected books because then we know what level were at. A book that I recommend is ‘The Starlight Barking’ because it has a lot of cliff hangers and will leave you curious. It is also very much like 101 Dalmatians and I enjoy that very much.

  4. Natalia

    Royal Rabbits of London:

    This book is not a book from school, I went into a shop and saw this book, it looked really childish but I gave it a go. I sat on the sofa and started reading it, it was really interesting. It’s about a rabbit that adventures to London to find the Royal rabbits of London because the Queen is in danger. Come on read the book to find out what happens? Hurry up because the Royal Rabbits of London 2 just came out. I’m really curious what’s going to happen.

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