This week’s story is by one of our favourite authors, Julia Donaldson. Indeed, Room on the Broom is a firm favourite of several class members. It’s another great rhyming book. Can you turn your ears on to hear the rhyming words? There are so many! Count them and see how big your number gets. Remember to listen for the end sounds in the words, the bit that sounds the same and rhymes.
Here are a new idea for a rhyming game. Play One of these Things is Not like the Other. There’s a great song on YouTube you can sing while you play too. Get 2-3 objects together (you can build up the amount of rhyming objects), two of which rhyme for instance a toy cat, a hat and a spoon. Find the object that doesn’t rhyme or find the two objects that rhyme. It’s a fun game and older siblings can join in. You can play lots of varieties of this game so enjoy!
Until next time, do good looking for adventures, clean your ears out for good listening and turn your noggins (brains) on for good learning.
Take care stay safe, and enjoy the long weekend!
Mrs. Howe, Mrs. Bain, Mrs. Mitzman, Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Bence