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World Book Day

World Book Day

It is World Book Day on Thursday 4th March. It is a day where we share books and celebrate our love of reading. At Spring Meadow we are going to be celebrating World Book Day during the week of the 1st – 5th March. Every day there will be a different book day themed activity for you to complete. 


Our activity today is based off the book ‘There’s a Superhero In Your Book’ by Tom Fletcher.


Watch this video below of the book being read below:

There's a SUPERHERO in Your Book - Bedtime stories for kids, read aloud (books for children).

READ ALOUD BOOKS FOR CHILDREN ~ Bedtime stories for kids - Tonight let's read: There's a SUPERHERO in Your Book ** BUY A COPY HERE! - Click this link: ht...

Main task:

I would like you to create yourself as a Superhero! What will you wear? What is your super power?


Here is my example below:



My Superhero name is Captain Future and my superpower is to be able to see into the future and have the ability to change it. 



Can you create your own Super Story using your character?



Please send your super work to the class email. I cannot wait to see your creations!



Extreme Reading Challenge


This year I challenge you to read in an extreme place at home or your daily walk. This is to show you that you can read anywhere you like! 


To take part you will need to get somebody to take a picture of you reading somewhere extreme. Please remember to keep safe taking your picture too. 


When you have a picture, email it to me at​​​​​​



Mrs Seacombe has a prize to be won for those who show the most extreme reading, go go GO! 


Here is my photo: 

You can check out other extreme readers at school here: 



Book Readings:

Follow the link below to listen to Ruby’s Worry by Tom Percival.