In this set of lessons, we will meet some superheroes! We will think of special powers that superheroes have and consider what we would do if we were superheroes, ensuring that we answer in a full sentence. We end the lesson by designing our own superheroes.
In this lesson, we will listen to the story of Supertato, by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet. We will decide who our favourite characters are and justify our decisions. After the lesson, we will draw a picture of them and label their key features. You can extend this lesson by thinking of a sidekick for Supertato and designing them.
In this lesson, we will commit the story of Supertato, by Sue Hendar and Paul Linnet, to memory by drawing a story map to represent each part. We will then talk through the story using the map. You can extend this lesson by thinking of an action to represent each part.
In this lesson, we will think of an action to remember each part of the story ‘Supertato’, by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet. We will then write the first part of the story, focusing on sounding out each word and using the prompts minimally. If you are looking for a challenge, you can make the sentences more complex by adding adjectives.
In this lesson, we will continue to write our story of Supertato, by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet. If you are not yet ready to write sentences, you can design a Wanted Poster to help catch The Evil Pea.