Synonyms and antonyms Drama and role play Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling 1. Tuesday by David Wiesner 3. Books by Julia Donaldson 1.
Conjunctions and connectives How fossils and finches beaks, iguanas and inheritance, God and the Galapagos all add up to the meaning of life Spelling for older learners Search options Keyword s. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness 1.
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Planning a playscript – FREE Primary KS2 teaching resource – Scholastic
Grandpa Chatterji by Jamila Gavin 1. Playscripts KS2 Overview Read and discuss stories with homdwork children, identifying the different characters and voices by using dramatised reading and puppets.
Lionboy by Zizou Corder 1. Books by Terry Pratchett 1. Poetry – exploring form Information retrieval — non-fiction Books by Megan Rix 4. Biography playscritps autobiography The Fairies by William Allingham 1.
Spelling for older learners Just Homfwork Stories by Rudyard Kipling 1. Books by Jeremy Strong 1. Kitty in Boots by Beatrix Potter 1.
KS2 COMPLETE | Playscripts
Spelling for beginners Tuesday by David Wiesner 3. Y3 Y4 Writing composition. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll 1. Books by Curtis Jobling 1. How fossils and finches beaks, iguanas and inheritance, God and the Galapagos all add up to the meaning of life Structuring plots and planning Books by Beatrix Potter Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney 5.
Drama and role play Plays are mainly people talking, and doing things. In a play, there are no speech marks.
Play scripts (KS2 resources)
Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens 1. Conjunctions and connectives Books by Roddy Doyle 1.
More on the Tudors Books by Phil Earle 1. Prefixes and suffixes Weslandia by Paul Fleischman 1.
Books by Roald Dahl Identify features and conventions of written dialogue and model how to write dialogue. The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster 1.