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This week we are learning all about Bonfire night. What do you know about Bonfire night? Do you know what happens? Do you celebrate Bonfire night?

Let’s watch the video clip about a man called Guy Fawkes and find out more.

 

Guy Fawkes

Still image for this video

What did Guy Fawkes try to do?

How do you feel towards Guy Fawkes? Was he a good or a bad man? Discuss with an adult.

 

Key words: Guy Fawkes, gunpowder plot, treason, King, Parliament

 

Year 1s: Can you write 3 sentences about what you enjoy about Bonfire Night. Concentrate on using a capital letter to start and a full stop to end your sentence.

 

Reception: Can you re-enact the plot to blow up the houses of parliament!

Resources: Crown, chairs, boat, hoods up on coats for plotters, police

Also using black paper, white and yellow crayons. Use your letter sounds to write firework sounds. ‘pop’ ‘bang’ ‘whizz’ ‘weeee’

Get creative and make a bonfire/firework picture. You could use glitter, cheerios, paint, glue, tissue paper.

 Create a firework display using your construction toys like Lego, Duplo, Stickle bricks.

 Can you make a rocket? Use toilet rolls and decorate them. How tall is it? Can you make it taller?

Let’s recap what we know about Bonfire Night.  Watch the video clip and discuss the key events with an adult. Can you recall them in sequence?  Use actions to support the writing process.

What facts have we learnt? Which famous person do we remember? What did they do? Why? What are the key events of the Gunpowder Plot?

 

Key words: Guy Fawkes, gunpowder plot, treason, King, Parliament

 

Year 1: Complete the Guy Fawkes fact sheet

 

Reception What can you remember about the Gunpowder Plot? Can you write a sentence about it?  Can you use the correct pencil grip? Can you hear any sounds in the words? Now can you draw a fantastic picture to go with your amazing writing? Don’t forget to use lots of colours.

 

Year 1 Extended Writing – Re-tell the story of the Gunpowder Plot. Consider the correct sequence of events – use time connectives (look at the image below for examples) to start sentences in different ways. Use the word mat below to help spell unknown words.

 

Time connective examples:

 

 

Year 1- Have a go at the Adjectives activities below too

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