UNV AR 2010 + ANNEX [ENG] [F]:Layout 1
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Oliver’s Vegetables
DlDeveloping role play in Year 1
Whitefriars Infant SchoolWhere does our food come
from?
• In our school we use a thematic approach to the
curriliculum.
• In Year One the theme in the Spring term is called
‘Where does our food come from?’ The work is based on
the ffollllowing key questtiions.
• Can I say where some food comes from?
• Can I say what foods will help me to stay healthy?
• Do I understand what plants need to grow?
• Can I understand some of the characteristics of living
thinggs?
• Can I name and label different parts of plants?
• Can I explain the life cycle of plants?‘Oliver’s Vegetables’ covers many of the issues
around hhealthyealthy eating andand growing ffoodood asas the
‘blurb’ below reveals.
•‘Do you likelike cchips?hips? OOliverliver does, in fact, he
won't eat anything else - until he plays a
game wwithith his grandpa.Whatever
vegetable Oliver finds in the garden, he
must eat. On Monday, he pullspulls upup carrots,
on Tuesday,it is spinach . . . ‘Oliver’s Vegetables : Vivian
French
• Author : Vivian French
• Vivian French iis marriedd and
lives in Edinburgh. She has
four daughters and a lot of
pets! Vivian worked in
children's tthheattre for ten years
as both an actor and writer and
has been telling stories for
over fifteen years in schools,
community centres andd
theatres. Her first three books
were published in 1990, and
since then she has written
more ththan seventy bookks.
Oliver's Vegetables was
shortlisted for the Victoria and
Albert Illustrators award.Possible WWritingriting Opportunities
to be developed.
• Seed packets
• Plant labels
• Posters ‘Have you seen our carrots?’
• Recipes – Pea Soup, Rhubarb Pie,
Beetroot Salad
• Recipe bookLearning Objectives for
LdLanguage and LiLiteracy iin Role
Playy Scenarios
• 4 Drama
Explore familiar themes and characters through improvisation and role-play
Act out their own and well-known stories,,g using voices for characters
• 7 Understanding and interpreting texts
Identify the main events and characters in stories, and find specific
information in simple texts
• 8 EEngagingngaging and respondingresponding to texts
Distinguish fiction and non-fiction texts and the different purposes for
reading them
• 9 Creating and shaping texts
Convey information and ideasideas in simple non-narrative forms
Create short simple texts on paper and screen that combine words with
images (and sounds)
Find and use new and interesting words and phrases, including story
languageAfter sharing the book ‘Oliver’s Vegetables’ the
children planned tthehe things theythey would like ttoo
see in the role playWork began on making a shed from a
largelarge ccardboardardboard boxbox andand fruit and
vegetables from newspaper.Old clothes were used to make a
scarecrow.The children planted seeds of the
vegetbtablles found iin OOliliver’s
ggprandpa’s garden.