Year 3 Hazel & Y3 Yew
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Year 3 Curriculum Intent
Year 3 Reading Spine
Miss J. Prigmore
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My favourite, I have to say books, at the moment are Little Red, Hansel and Gretel and Rapunzel by Bethan Woollvin. I love reading these books with my son. We particularly enjoy the mildly wicked twists to each story that break traditional fairy-tale plot rules. The books are wonderfully illustrated with minimal colour and over emphasis on the eyes, which are always drawn with purpose. I can’t wait for the release of Bethan’s new book later this year!
My favourite children’s author is Dick King-Smith. I enjoyed his stories as a child and continue to enjoy his tales now, whether at home or with my class. I like how, more often than not, he uses animals, who feel and experience human emotions, as the main characters.
Mr A. Taylor
Teacher - Y3 Yew
My favourite children’s book is Demon Dentist because it makes me laugh and I like how the book includes new cheeky made up words.
My favourite children’s author is Roald Dahl because I love how creative and imaginative he is in his books.
Miss A. Ali
Y3 Teacher - Hazel
Mrs J. Jennings
Senior Teaching Assistant
My favourite children’s author is Julia Donaldson. The reason for this is that as a child, I wasn’t a keen reader - I spent all my time drawing, but have always had a love of poetry. When I had my own children and began reading to them, I adored introducing the rhyming verses to my children and it was a step up from nursery rhymes.
My two favourite books are The Grufalo and A Squash and a Squeeze . I am sorry but I can’t seem to read the Grufalo without a Birmingham accent and ‘A Squash and a Squeeze’ without an Irish accent as poor as my accents both might be.
Mrs S. Khan
My favourite children’s book to read aloud is ‘The Diary of a Killer Cat’ by Anne Fine. I absolutely love this book because it makes me laugh so much – especially the ending. It’s very well written throughout and Fluffy the cat is a truly memorable character.
My favourite children’s author of all time is a tough one because it depends how I am feeling at the time. Many of the authors I like are very old ones – Dorita Fairlie Brice, L.M Montgomery and Susan Coolidge. However, if I had to pick just one I would probably have to go for Enid Blyton because she wrote so many different kinds of books – adventure stories, mystery stories, school stories, magical stories and family stories.
My favourite children's book is Mr Big by Ed Vere Mr Big is the story of a gorilla who has no friends because he is so big that everyone is scared of him. One day he buys a piano and plays from home and everybody loves his music and he ends up in a band making lots of friends. This is my favourite story because it just shows that we should not judge people by their appearance. Also all of us, gifted or disabled, have a talent and we can make others happy if we share this talent.
My favourite children's author is David Walliams because I recently read some of his books with my daughter (Slime and Bad Dad) and he makes up a lot of words which are sometimes quite funny.
Mr S. Hyde
My favourite children’s book is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - it is where I always wanted to visit if I possibly could.
My favourite children’s author is Roald Dahl because I love how creative and imaginative he is in his books and he hooked children into his vivd imagination
My favourite children's book is The Very Hungry Caterpillar my mum and dad used to read it with me when I was little.
My favourite children's author is Roald Dahl because I have read a lot of his books, these were memorable and have good characters
Mr Y. Cadeau
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