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Book Club

Welcome to Year 3's Read Aloud Book Club!

In our club we have 15 billiant members. They are:

The amazing Adepa, the wonderful Mustafa, the sensational Naz, the fantastic Sami, the inspirational Cameron, the stupendous Jason, the phenomenal Daniel, the fabulous Rio, the extraordinary Eliot, the marvellous Shayn, the remarkable Nielle, the imaginative Berfin, the charming Rahill, the dazzling Zehra, the superb Metthai.

To be a member of the club, you need the club's membership card!

We meet every Tuesday in the library at 3pm. If you are a robot pretending to be a club member we will find out and pull your batteries out!

We are reading....The Wizard of Oz

Our first book is the Wizard of Oz.

Its scary. Its funny.

There are songs in it.

And Munchkins. And witches.

Songs from the film

Book Club members of the week!

Week 1: Take a bow Nielle and Cameron. Well done.

Week 2: We salute you Metthai and Naz. Congratulations.

Our special guest is none other than Dorothy!

Club members will get the chance to interview her! What would you ask her? What was it like when the house fell on the Wicked Witch's head? What is Toto's favourite food and does he like his tummy tickled? Does the Emerald City really exist?

We are also singing two songs: Follow The Yellow Brick Road and The Wizard of Oz.

Follow the yellow brick road
Follow the yellow brick road
Follow, follow, follow, follow
Follow the yellow brick road

Follow the rainbow over the stream
Follow the fellow who follows a dream
Follow, follow, follow, follow
Follow the yellow brick road

We're off to see the Wizard
The wonderful Wizard of Oz
We hear he is a whiz of a wiz
If ever a wiz there was
If ever, oh ever a wiz there was

The Wizard of Oz is one because
Because, because, because, because, because
Because of the wonderful things he does
We're off to see the Wizard
The wonderful Wizard of Oz

We're off to see the Wizard
The wonderful Wizard of Oz
We hear he is a whiz of a wiz
If ever a wiz there was
If ever, oh, ever a wiz there was

Robot tries to get into Book Club!

We nearly had a robot get into the club this week.

Those Year 6s are trying to find a way to get to the Pizza Party.

They have been doing science experiments after school.

There has been a lot of banging noises and sparks flying around.

They will try and pretend to be a real club member.

They love pizza soooooooooooooooo much.

So please be on your guard.

Always bring your membership card and Read Aloud Club bag so we can check if you are a robot or not!

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60 second story challenge.

Harry gets lost - or does he?

There once was a mammoth called Harry who got lost in the snow. He was so lost he couldn’t find his parents. The pack of mammoths had left him behind. He was soon a long way away from them. The weather was so bad he tried to find a cave to take shelter. He was a mammoth who had a phone. But he’d dropped it somewhere. So he couldn’t call anyone. Oh he said, I really do need to find my parents. Again, he looked and looked and looked for his parents. He looked everywhere – but he still couldn’t find them. Poor Harry became sadder and sadder. More than that, he didn’t have any food to eat, or even water to drink. Harry made one more attempt to find his mummy and daddy in the snow. He looked and then saw his parent’s foot prints. Yes! Soon he would find mum and dad! But then, Oh dear, he realised that he was following his own foot prints. Little Harry, the big baby mammoth, cried. Then he looked up – and saw Mr T from Book Club! Mr T said Hello Harry, why don’t you follow the traces of mammoth hair that I saw in the snow from your pack. And do you know what? It worked. Slowly, this led him all the way home and right back to his pack! I am so happy, said Harry the mammoth. I’ve found my parents. He hugged his parents with his long trunk. And then something strange happened. He woke up. It had all been just a dream!

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