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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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I want my hat back!

Welcome to Term 6! We can't believe we are nearly at the end of this academic year. This week we have started our new book - 'I want my hat back'.

We started the book by predicting what the story might be about, based on only the title. Many of us rightly predicted that a hat must be involved, and that maybe someone had lost their hat.

In our classrooms, we were lucky enough to have a range of hats including a builders hat, a floppy summer hat, a top hat, a jesters hat, a Santa hat and caps, just to name a few. We each got a turn to guess which type of hat might be in the book and the type of character it might belong too.

We had great fun creating characters by acting as them, drawing them and then thinking of ambitious adjectives to describe them.

   

Here are a couple of snippets of some of the characters we created:

'He's got an enchanting wand.' (Rohan)

'Bob always wears a very expensive cap, backwards. They are around £208'. (Noah)

'He wore trendy outfits with a rose in one of his pockets'. (Adam)

 

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