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Hi a dear friend of mine is quite worried because she is bEIng obseved doing a guided reading session with her Reception class.

She has 3 in the group and is fine with what she is going to do but has to also plan activities for rest of children to access independently -quiet literacy based activities-topic is Pirates.

Any ideas please?Am glad its not me we don't do guided reading yet in groups :o

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How about writing frames in typical pirate shapes e.g. parrots, ships, treasure chests with some word cards for independent mark making.

 

Maybe a treasure chest full of coins, jewels etc for exploration.

 

Pirate related books for children to access and discuss.

 

Individual whiteboards with p words to practice writing e.g. pirate, parrot, pot.

 

Hope some of these ideas help.

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buried treasure reading game from letters and sounds - words on coins hidden in the sand to read and sort into real and non words into treasure chest or bin. my children love it! they also love treasure maps anf writing messages in a bottle.

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