World Book Day: Lesson plan for KS2
Plus, enter our competition to inspire our latest book cover design!
Download your free lesson plan today!
Inspire your students this World Book Day with our extended lesson plan based around Shipwrecked! – an exclusive new story from Bedrock Learning.
Read the story with your class and then complete the activities, which include:
- Comprehension questions
- Prompts to inspire students’ own creative writing
- A challenge to design a book cover for our new Bedrock book, Shipwrecked!
Complete the form below to download your lesson plan now.
Plus – one of your students could inspire our latest book cover!
Select your school’s winning student design. Then, enter our competition for the chance for it to be turned into our Shipwrecked! book cover. The winning design will find fame on the Bedrock app, where it will be seen by hundreds of thousands of learners!
This competition is only open to primary schools, but don’t worry if you’re a secondary school – you can enter our competition to design a book cover for Bedrock’s Jason and the Golden Fleece.
Download your lesson plan here, and check out T&Cs below before entering our competition.
Terms & Conditions
The ‘Bedrock book cover’ KS2 competition is a competition for all primary schools (secondary schools may enter our competition for secondary schools). Schools do not have to be a Bedrock customer to enter. Only teachers may enter – entries that come direct from students will unfortunately not be accepted. To enter the competition, teachers must select the winning book cover design from their school and, by 26 March 2021, submit it either via Twitter (including ‘#BedrockBookCover’) or email. The entry that, in the judges’ opinion, best reflects the essence of the book will be the winning entry and will form the brief to the Bedrock artist, who will use it to create the final book cover. The winner will be informed by Monday 12 April 2021 and the final design shared at a later date. By entering the competition, schools agree that Bedrock Learning may publicise their entry on its social media and other promotional channels, and that the winning school will be named in our publicity. At the winning school’s discretion, the winning child will also be named. We take data protection very seriously and so will not share entrants’ personal information with any third party. Good luck!