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Composition: Rewrite a poem based on original version

English
Y2

The Pobble Who Has No Toes
This is a beautifully illustrated version of the famous poem by Edward Lear. The way that the text is broken up into sub-verses enables children to read it with little difficulty and there is a matching sound file to support them.

You can purchase printed copies of this Group Reader from Hamilton Education.

Group Readers

Comprehension: Reading, analysing and writing about non-fiction texts; SPAG: Apostrophes

English
Y1,Y2

Whale Words
This text, with its stunning illustrations, is the perfect accompaniment to a teaching session on information texts. Guaranteed to capture a child’s imagination, it is nevertheless simple enough to be read by those just starting their reading journey.

You can purchase printed copies of this Group Reader from Hamilton Education.

Group Readers

SPAG and Composition: Using co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions in descriptive writing

English
Y2

St George and the Dragon
Children will love the swashbuckling tale of St George & the Dragon, as retold by Ruth Merttens! They will be enthralled by the charming illustrations and enjoy the adventurous story that is suitable for those beginning to read independently.

Group Readers

SPAG: Identifying and using present and past tense verbs

English
Y2

The Animal's Outing
This gives a simple account of an outing on which all the animals happily set out. They have a lovely day but, unhappily, not all the animals return. Why is Mr Fox looking so fat and happy at the end? Children rapidly engage with the recount and find the text easy to decode.

You can purchase printed copies of this Group Reader from Hamilton Education.

Group Readers

Comprehension: Reading, discussing and answering questions

English
Y2

The dog who wouldn't stop barking
The dog who wouldn’t stop barking, by Ruth Merttens, is a story told in the form of a recount, and the illustrations have a humorous cartoon-like feel. Set in a domestic context but with a nice fantasy element, children will follow the narrative and want to find out whether the plan works!

You can purchase printed copies of this Group Reader from Hamilton Education

Group Readers

Comprehension: Comparing different versions of a traditional tale – St George and the Dragon

English
Y2

George and the Dragon
Children will love the swashbuckling tale of St George & the Dragon, as retold by Ruth Merttens! They will be enthralled by the charming illustrations and enjoy the adventurous story that is suitable for those beginning to read independently.