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Picture books are a mainstay of the primary classroom. While their use is sometimes limited to younger children, increasingly they are being shared with older children too, making use of the rich language and challenging themes that the very best picture books employ.
In this lesson, children will have the opportunity to enjoy the book Professional Crocodile and explore the crocodile’s daily routine as he sets off to work. They’ll also have the chance to develop their descriptive writing and practise focusing on small details within a story to engage their reader.
What they’ll learn: