Reception Red Story Time! 📚

Good afternoon Reception Red! I have another story for you! Today we are going to listen to ‘Superworm’ by one of our favourite authors, Julia Donaldson!

I hope you all enjoyed that story, I know I did! Now have a go at answering the questions about the story below.

  1. Where did baby toad hop?
  2. How did the bees play with Superworm?
  3. Who captured Superworm?
  4. What did Superworm find in the soil?
  5. Who saved Superworm and how?
  6. Can you list all of the Minibeasts in the story?

Challenge! Could you have a go at making your very own Super mini-beast? You can choose any mini-beast and you could either draw it or make it! Make sure you tell us why they are super! I’m looking forward to seeing your answers and your super mini-beast!

10 thoughts on “Reception Red Story Time! 📚

  1. I really like this story.
    1,The road.
    2, The skipping rope.
    3, The Crow.
    4, A fork, a treat and buttons.
    5, The Mini beats helped save superior and put the baddie in the rubbish.
    6, Bees, snails, beetles, frogs, caterpillars, worm, ant, slug and spider.

  2. 1 The road
    2 skipping rope
    3 Crow
    4 fork, button, candy
    5 Ant, spider, snail, Caterpillar, bees. They put the Lizard in the rubbish dump
    6 uncle Ant, Bee, frog, caterpillars, snail,slug

  3. Thank you Miss Kennell for sending this story. I enjoyed it. My sister helped me with the questions.
    Here are my answers:
    1. Where did baby toad hop?
    Baby toad hopped on to a major road.
    2. How did the bees play with Superworm?
    The bees played with Worm by making him into a skipping rope.
    3. Who captured Superworm?
    The servant crow.
    4. What did Superworm find in the soil?
    Superworm found a fork, half a cork, 2 buttons and a toffee.
    5. Who saved Superworm and how?
    The animals and minibeasts saved him by catching Wizard Lizard and throwing him in the Rubbish Dump.
    6. Can you list all of the Minibeasts in the story?
    Dragonfly, beetle, bees, snails, earwig, spider, caterpillar, ant and grasshopper.

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