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Where will Rosie go?

Name………………………………… ……………………………………

Where will Rosie go book This A5 book can be printed out and photocopied for a class activity. A small set could be laminated and used for group activities with white board pens.

Using a string of instructions. This class introduction reinforces the forward sequence and practices the 90degree turn. Explain to children that some of them will find this hard and not to worry. Tell them it is a bit like if they are spelling a word and only know the first letter, then that would be fine they could still put that down. If they can only think of the first instruction just write that.

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1. Class sit around the mat made as shown. 2. They each have a “Where will Rosie go” book. Put Rosie on 0. 3. Do a demonstration on the board using the large instruction sheet. (This could be blown up to A3 or laminated.) Send Rosie to the red square. 4. Ask children to turn to the first page and write the instructions to get to 7 then put their pencils down. 5. Choose a child to come and key in their sequence. Write it on the board as they key it in. Before they press go ask the other children if they agree. 6. If the sequence if wrong ask for another volunteer. 7. Repeat this with the next two pages. 8. For the fourth page move Rosie onto the number 9 facing towards the 4. Explain that it is very important which way she is looking. 9. Fill in the assessment chart giving one point for each correct instruction. 10. Order the total column to clearly see which children need more practice and which children are ready to move on.

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