We will read Lost and Found again this week. Asking more questions this week, ask your child what the story is called, or who the main characters are. Try pausing just before the end of a sentence and see if your child will fill in the last word or two, or use a word mat for them to fill in the gaps. Ask your child if they know what is coming up on the next page.
'I like to' playdough action song
Don't forget a bit of dough disco fun to warm up our hands ready for mark making, overwriting or letter formation.
Worksheets to support Lost and Found, but remember mark making in sand, rice or porridge is really important as well.
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