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TheDaytheCrayonsQuit by DrewDaywalt
Engagement Week WC: 22.6.20
Children are having fun at home and in school engaging with our Battle of the Picture Books winning text. From making their own crayons, colouring imaginatively outside the box to book reviews, newspaper reports and writing letters from other classroom equipment. Check out their inspired work in the photographs below!
Battle of the Picture Books- WINNER
We have a winner! The children of Woodville Federation have spoken.
They have decided their favourite picture book is:
THE DAY THE CRAYONS QUIT by DREW DAYWALT
They fell in love with the funny letters written by the misused crayons. Something we can all relate to in school! A book with a final message that encourages us to use our imagination and think outside the (crayon) box.
Watch this gallery space for work from our planned fun-filled week at home and in school linked to this wonderful text.
Front Cover Challenge
Check out these amazing front covers created by our pupils, using only household items. Such imagination! Who says lockdown is boring? Can you guess the book?
Battle of the Picture Books Winner- Round 6
After six long weeks, the final is here!
This week two very popular titles face off against each other, competing for the title of Woodville Federation's favourite picture book.
The Day the Crayons Quitv Hairy Maclary from Donaldson's Dairy
Who is your favourite? Cast your vote now.
The winner will be announced at 2pm on Friday this week.
Battle of the Picture Books Winner- Round 5
This week was our first semi-final round. The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt has done it again! A clear winner by a mile! We just can't get enough of those crayons.
It's still making us all laugh out loud.
Who are you going to put in the final to battle against it?
Vote for either Hairy Maclary or Willy the Wimp in the next semi-final.
Battle of the Picture Books Winner- Round 4
Another close call... we were torn between sympathy for mum not getting any quiet time (something we can relate to at this time!) and support for the clumsy, apologetic chimpanzee, Willy. However, the winner of round 4 was Willy the Wimp by Anthony Browne. We liked his transformation but most importantly the fact he was still a kind, thoughtful chimpanzee.
Now we begin the semi-finals. Not long before we crown Woodville's favourite Picture Book. Get voting!
Battle of the Picture Books Winner- Round 3
This week was a very close call. Hairy Maclary from Donaldson's Dairy by Lynley Dodd narrowly defeated Traction Man. It seems we are a community that loves our dogs! This well-loved classic still has a place on our bookshelves and it's rhyming, rhythmic story a place in our hearts.
Battle of the Picture Books Winner- Round 2
Your winner this week was The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt. We love the bright and colourful crayons. This story made us laugh out loud, especially poor peach crayon. We have listened to it again and again. Some of you loved it so much, you even bought your own copy!
Battle of the Picture Books Winner- Round 1
Round 1 winner was Bog Baby by Jeanne Willis and Gwen Millward. We have fallen in love with the cute, blue bog baby that sucks his toes. Lots of children liked the ending, where the pond was filled with tiny bog babies!
A musical treat this week!
This week Woodville have showcased their musical talents both at Hill Street Church and in our very own junior hall.
On Tuesday 18th June the Junior choir performed classic Disco hits at Hill Street Church alongside four other local schools whilst on Wednesday 19th June, Mrs Haywood hosted her annual Music Showcase, where pupils from Years 3 to 6 were invited to perform to friends, families and governors. The evening was a great success with performances from the schools band, the choir and several stunning solo performances.
Sports day results are in! *DRUM ROLL* We can reveal the winning class for the Infants was Silver class and the Juniors was Class 5. Congratulations for all your hard work! Well done to everyone who participated. Check out the video of pupils in action on the Federation gallery page.