Everyday we will be acting out stories told by two of our class members. During centre time the two students (who are chosen by pulling names out of a jar) work with Jenny to create their stories. They then identify the characters in their stories and choose which of their peers will be playing the roles. A tracking sheet is used to ensure all students have equal turns in both the storytelling and the acting portion of this daily activity.
A photocopy of your child's story will be sent home the day she/he tells it, so that your family can read it also. Perhaps you will want to act out the stories at home too!
By Finn C.
There was a guy who had a motorcycle with flames and a monster on it and he crashed.
Then another guy went super fast and it was snowing and he slipped off his bike and jumped onto a pole.
Then three more motorcycles cam and they zoomed and they won the race.
A mommy and a daddy Triceratops are cooking plants for their babies.
And the babies are cooking plants for the mommy and daddy.
A T-Rex eats them all.
And then a Velociraptor eats the T-Rex.
Then a giant dinosaur eats the Velociraptor.
Did you know on Pender Island the fridge was really stinky and there was a big blob of mould in it.
My mom had to use bleach and she told us to stay away.
Sillus had to stay away too.
Once upon a time there was two boys named Cooper and Finn.
They built a snowman with Lowyn.