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“Sidima’s Goal” is about a young boy who learned soccer skills by watching the older boys and girls play. Sidima practiced and trained hard to achieve his dream of one day playing and scoring a goal for an important soccer team. There are great classroom activities at the end of the story.
The story this week is called “Turtle’s Journey”. It follows the amazing life journey embarked on my a turtle. It is beatifully illustrated about survival and exploration of the turtles habitat, it also touches on the subject of pollution.
After a storm destroys all the houses, Gugu and Sakhile learn how to build a strong house from a very wise builder, who teaches them all the important steps in building a house. At the end of the story there are great classroom activities.
The story in this edition of the ReadRight supplement is called “Jasper’s Day” and it is a day in the life of Jasper, from the moment he wakes all the way until when he goes to bed. At the end of there’s a tricky, but fun quiz about the story.
The stroy this week is all about the circus. All of the interesting performers are introduced, so read the story to figure out which act you enjoy the best. There are fun memory games to play at the end of the story, plus many more cool activities for the classroom.
This story encourages children to investigate a pattern. There are six monkeys in the tree to start off with but eventually they all climb down, download the stroy to find out why.