Supertato writing a cover

They then counted how many pieces altogether into the central compartment. The children were outraged and I feigned serious distress! Almost every single child wanted to design a trap.

If the children were able to complete the challenges he would begin to return a few of the superheroes each day. Their task here was to shout out the tricky word and then shoot the baddie with a gun from Poundland. They put one set of ingredients in one side of the plate and then the equivalent amount in the other side, hence calculating the double.

Irresistible early Years ideas for your indoor and outdoor provision…. Below are some pictures of the various challenges. Shoot the Baddies Outside the kids found one of the signs on the side of the shed along with some pictures of various baddies with tricky words superimposed on top.

They absolutely loved it as you can see from the photos below… Superhero Role Play We also developed a superhero den indoors. It was from the Joker to say that he had kidnapped all of the small world superhero characters. Potion Making Later in the week we also set out potion making ingredients in the mud kitchen, along with some writing frames.

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These challenges lasted over a period of about 2 weeks and appeared indoors and out, some times popping up on the interactive whiteboard during phonics and others in their home learning folders.

They had to pick their favourite ingredient, choose between pieces and then double the portion. To say that there was a writing buzz is an understatement. A few of them suggested building a trap to catch the Joker. The children used a variety of materials outdoors to build their traps… Some of the girls chose to remain indoors and made a trap using the small wooden blocks.

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For the more able children I had them record their answers on a recipe sheet. Some worked alone and others worked together, drawing and writing on big sheets of sugar paper. Free the Superheroes At the funky fingers table their task was to free the superheroes who had been tied up threaded.

We kept it relatively simple with a dark tent, lots of superhero books, torches, writing frames and some craft supplies for costume making. The children absolutely loved this activity and were queuing up to have a turn!

They explained that the red pom poms were bombs — terrifying! Unlocking Padlocks Each padlock had a number to 20 written on it.

The topic of superheroes always captivates the children. Doubling Salad Another challenge was for the children to make a superhero salad. I jumped on this idea suggesting that the children work together to plan and design a trap and that we could then go outside and build them.Class One- Supertato KPI’s I can use ambitious challenge words (adjectives, onomatopoeia).

To use clues taken from the front cover (title and illustration) to infer what the book could To be able to describe Supertato (orally) To be able to write a simple character description of Supertato.

A two-week plan using the story of Supertato by Sue Hendra as a stimulus. The children explore the feelings of the different characters, create a character description of Supertato and Evil Pea, learn the story of Supertato using Talk for Writing, and eventually write their own story featuring their own supermarket villain!5/5(2).

A fantastic resource, useful to support independent writing tasks that you may set for your children in the autumn topic.

Also available as wide lined, narrow lined, fully lined and half lined - a wide variety of options to cover all activities.5/5(90). A set of literacy themed A4 page borders for children to use as a stimulus in their independent writing.

Also available as wide lined, narrow lined, fully lined and half lined - a wide variety of options to cover 4/4(60). Based on the books: Supertato and the other books in the series, I will never ever eat a tomato and eat your peas.

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To say that there was a writing buzz is an understatement. Almost every single child wanted to design a trap. Some worked alone and others worked together, drawing and writing on big sheets of sugar paper.

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