big book quiz

Happy World Book Day! Here at EdPlace we love great books and we’d like to share the joy of reading with all of our students. Our English teachers have put together a list of recommended books and some simple tasks and mini quizzes to challenge you after you’ve finished reading. Are you ready?

KS1 (Ages 5-7)
KS2 (Ages 7-11)

workshop

Challenge yourself and take the quiz

Well done on reading these fantastic books!  You`re a superstar reader.

George Speaks by Dick King-Smith

Can you draw a picture of the family when they find out George can talk? What do their faces look like? Email your drawing to hello@edplace.com or share it on social media.

Mrs Pepperpot by Alf Proysen

Can you draw a picture of an adventure you would go on if you were able to shrink to the size of a pepperpot? Email your drawing to hello@edplace.com or share it on social media.

Alfie by Shirley Hughes

Can you draw a picture of something kind that Alfie does? Email your drawing to hello@edplace.com or share it on social media.

The BFG by Roald Dahl

Year 5: Tom’s Midnight Garden by Phillipa Pearce

Year 6: The Worst Witch by Jill Murphy


Don’t forget to utilise our fantastic online worksheets. Here`s some relevant topic areas of Reading, Writing and Comprehension recommended by our English teacher, designed to help young readers.

tick Year 1: Read and Understand Rhyming Poems

tick Year 2: Read and Understand: `The Boy Who Cried Wolf`

tick Year 3: Fiction and Non-Fiction: Telling the Difference

tickYear 4: Distinguish Between Explanations, Instructions and Non-Chronological Reports

tickYear 5: Read and Interpret Instructions

tickYear 6: Arguments For and Against