9-9.30: Captain America PE!
Remember to take a sip of water if you need one.
Break: Time for a brain break! Get a drink and talk to someone about how you’re doing.
Remember to wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds before getting something to eat or after going to the toilet!
Click here to join the dots to see why the boy thinks the bear looks so big.
This illustration is from Oliver Jeffers’ book called Lost and Found.
If you like the look of it, why not listen to the story?
Click here for the first part of Literacy.
1) Warm-up: Can you solve this verb riddle?
Lurks in the shadows,
Patrols the coastline,
Attacks its prey,
Devours its dinner!
Try creating your own verb riddle for a snake!
2) Explore this illustration of Rapunzel by Bethan Woollvin.
Read the first sentence of the book:
Rapunzel lived all alone in a tall, dark tower.
She was trapped there by a witch, who visited
a. What do you know is happening from the sentence?
b. Where is it happening?
c. What do you already know (or think you know!) about Rapunzel?
d. Reread the sentence. What is the tower like? Which words tell you this?
e. Who are the characters in the story? What do you think they are like from what you have read? How do you know?
5) See if your prediction was right!
Bethan Woollvin’s version of Rapunzel is a fairy tale with a twist.
Only watch the video once you have finished the work!
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1) Listen to Christian Robinson reading his book You Matter.
It’s true, you really do matter!
To celebrate how much you matter, think about all of the positive things about you! Celebrating the positive things about ourselves can make us feel very happy.
End of the day:
Great work today! Today's story is Grrrrr! by Rob Biddulph.
Remember to be aiming to read for at least 20-30 minutes every day.
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If you enjoyed today’s story, why not have a go at drawing Fred Bear?
Watch the author and illustrator Rob Biddulph teach you!
Have a lovely weekend and see you on Monday for another day of learning!