Storytelling- Aboriginal stories

Listen to the wonderful Aboriginal stories that we have written, published and now recorded for the blog. Below is a small selection of the stories. I will add some more next week. Children have written these stories by themselves with some help from their writing partner in class. The rich vocabulary has all been chosen by the children themselves using the ‘VOCABULARY wall ‘ and words ‘stolen’ from their reading to help them.
I think these stories are fantastic and I am very proud of everyone in Year 4 for working so hard on this topic. It has been great fun to read all of your stories. Don’t forget that the finished books are now in the class library. Why don’t you sign one out as your reading book and share it with your family at home?

Miss Martindale

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4 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    The children also filmed these recordings themselves. What a talented bunch we are!
    Miss Martindale

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    Riya said,

    I know!I really like yor stories Faysal and Kimran.I like how you discribed the waterfall Faysal.Both of you have put in brillent discription.Well done!

  3. 3

    Riya said,

    I think I need to use a bit more expretion.What do you think of my story?


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