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Wally Woodlouse’s Adventure

Teacher Information

Curriculum Links




C1 C3 C15

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Develop reading skills through engaging with reading material appropriate to his/her stage of development Read aloud to share a text with an audience Read a story and write it in his/her words


C5 C7 C17

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Perform simple information retrieval tasks Develop comprehension strategies Write a list of questions about a particular topic and prioritise them

Word Reading


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Learn about common word endings, word families and roots of words Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships (grapho/phonic cues), grammar and syntax (syntactic cues) and surrounding text (contextual cues) when attempting to identify unfamiliar words Continue to build a sight vocabulary of common words from [books] read and from personal experience

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Additional Teacher Information

Text A book or other written or printed work, regarded in terms of its content rather than its physical form. Title The name of a book, composition or other artistic work.

Links to other Curriculum Areas

word phrase sentence title

apostrophe contraction text suffix

Suggested Reading

• Woodlice (Creepy Critters) by Sian Smith

• Archie’s Lucky Escape – Woodlice World by Patrick Caruth • Archie and Pam’s Flying Adventure (Woodlice World) by Patrick Caruth



• Science – Living things : Plants and animals - observe, identify and explore a variety of living things in local habitats and environments


punctuation mark

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Contraction A shortened form of a word or group of words; e.g. ‘they’re’ is a contraction of ‘they are’.

Terminology for Pupils


Definition of Terms Narrative A spoken or written account of connected events; a story.




Reading – Comprehension and Word Reading

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2976IR Reading Comprehension and Word Reading 2nd class  
2976IR Reading Comprehension and Word Reading 2nd class