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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Native American Invasion

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Our writing this week has been based around the text 'The Indian in the cupboard' by Lynne Reid Banks.

"The book is about a small boy named Omri. He receives a Native American figure as a birthday present. He is not really impressed by it so he puts it in the cupboard and he comes alive!” – Elsie Fay

"We heard a knocking coming from our trays, when we opened them up we each had our own Indians in our trays!!" - Casey Andrews

The children had opportunity to take their Native American cards outside to view their word through a 7cm Native American characters' eyes.   

If you had a magic cupboard that made inanimate objects alive, what would you put inside? Why?

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