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Class assembly The Hobbit

Discussion in 'Primary' started by beckycharles, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. Hi all,
    My very first assembly is next week, we have been asked to do an assembly which involves the children in both our class and the rest of the school and base the assembly on the book we studied for World Book day.
    My class looked at The Hobbit. I was planning on getting children in my class to stand up and talk about what we did on World Book Day, show eg's of their work and read extracts from the book. Then I thought of getting one child from each year group to come up and take it in turns to play a game show style riddle quiz ( as Bilbo and Golum have a competition in the book) using one of my children as the quiz master and one doing a scoreboard.
    How does this sound? Anyone got any other ideas?
    Any help much appreciated!
  2. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    Instead of reading extracts from the book could they read their own work

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