World Book Day ‘Share a Story’ Thursday 4th March 2021
There are lots of exciting things happening today!
Below you will find stories read by our very own Crackley Bank staff. There are also links to lots of fun activities for you to share with your families.
On our Teams sessions this afternoon you could bring your favourite book to share with the class – if you are in school you could share the book you are reading at the moment or one from the class library. You could even ask your grown-up about their favourite childhood story.
I hope you have lots of fun celebration World Book Day with us.
Remember to ask your grown up to send any photos of your World Book Day activities to your teacher.
Take a look at our lovely staff members below - please be aware that some stories are more suited to older children. (Especially Ms.Stevenson's - so please watch before you show your child) Many thanks.
Miss Leese and Dawson read 'Wonkey Donkey' by Craig Smith
Mrs Wright reads Brain the Smelly Bear!
Mrs Cliffe reads 'The Scarecrow's Wedding' by Julia Donadlson
Mrs Hall sings the Nursery Rhyme Twinkle Twinkle... she also has the added surprise of making your own playdough! :-)
Mrs Norcup reads 'Whatever Next' by Jill Murphy
Miss Paling Reads The Smeds and the Smoos by Julia Donaldson
Mrs Mee reads Detective Dog by Julia Donaldson
Miss Leese reads Sam's Duck by Michael Morpurgo
Mrs Johnson reads 'The Bear and the Piano'. by David Lichfield
Mrs Kelly reads 'The Tunnel' by Anthony Browne
Mrs Taylor reads Smiley Shark by Ruth Galloway
Ms.Stevenson reads Clockwork by Philip Pullman - This is a story for older children - so wouldn't be appropriate for our younger readers. :-)
Click on the link and share a story live:
Click on the link and share a story in the story corner:
Click on the link and share an audio book story:
Here you will find the free book of the week on the Oak Academy Virtual Library:
There are lots of links for Nursey and pre-school activities here:
There are lots of links for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 activities here: