Reading: What Are We Learning?

WALHT: Find information to answer our questions


  1. Look at the titles, subtitles and illustrations.
  2. When reading, think about the people, the place, the thing that is happening in the story.
  3. Read the question carefully. Think about what information it is asking for. Is it who? What? How? Why?
  4. Check the sentences for information and check it answers your question.

Congratulations to Jo, Sean’s Mum, for commenting on our blog! We like reading what parents have to say. We think the parents should come and say stuff about our learning because we know that you are lurking on our blog. 🙂



1 Response to “Reading: What Are We Learning?”

  1. 1 zia 14 October, 2010 at 10:13 am

    all parents should go on the blog!

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