New teaching plans added to Power of Reading Membership for 2020/21
We are delighted to announce 9 brand new teaching plans have been added to our Power of Reading Membership for 2020/21!
The Power of Reading helps schools to build a literacy curriculum based on high quality books. There are now more than 230 teaching plans available for Power of Reading Member Schools, providing ideas, inspiration and structure for your literacy curriculum, raising literacy standards and developing a love of reading and writing throughout your school.
Our plans are written by our expert teaching team and meet the requirements of the National Curriculum expectations for reading and writing including composition, grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, spelling, phonics and reading comprehension. The texts are carefully chosen by our dedicated Librarian and primary teaching team to ensure children experience a range and breadth of quality literature.
New plans are now available for the following Power of Reading books:
- Hello, Friend by Rebecca Cobb (published by Macmillan 2019)
- Please, Mr Magic Fish by Jessica Souhami (Otter-Barry Books)
- Winter Sleep: A Hibernation Story by Alex Morss, Cinyee Chiu, and Sean Taylor (Words and Pictures)
- Quill Soup by Alan Durant and illustrated by Dale Blankenaar (Tiny Owl)
- The Little Island by Smriti Prasadam-Halls and Illustrated by Robert Starling (Andersen Press)
- How the Stars Came to Be by Poonam Mistry (Tate Publishing)
- Tales from the Caribbean retold by Trish Cooke, illustrated by Joe Lillington (Puffin Classics)
- Runaway Robot by Frank Cottrell-Boyce and illustrated by Steven Lenton (Macmillan)
- Where Do You Go, Birdy Jones? by Joanna Nadin (Little, Brown)