Big Cat Readers: The Wind
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What can the wind blow? A collection of colourful photographs show how the wind can blow a kite, boats, leaves, seeds, windmills,sand, snow and sea. The report also shows how strong wind can be destructive blowing trees and even houses down.
Yellow/Band 3 books offer varied sentence structure and natural language. Text types – A non-chronological report. A chart on pages 14 and 15 draw a comparison between light and strong winds giving children the opportunity to discuss wind and its effects. Curriculum links – Science: pushes and pulls; Geography: our local area. This book is paired with a story on the same theme: The New Kite by Julie Sykes. This book has been levelled for Reading Recovery
January 5th, 2005
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