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3. Have a look at this illustration of Alice in Wonderland.
Can you write some sentences about the picture that use prepositions?
Here are some sentence starters that you could use to get started:
Alice is floating ____________ the hare.
The teapot is ____________________.
A farmer is traveling with a fox, a chicken, and a bag of corn.
During her journey, she comes across a river with a boat to cross it. The farmer can only fit one thing in the boat with her at a time.
If left alone together, the fox will eat the chicken or the chicken will eat the corn.
How does the farmer get everything across the river safely?
Why not also work out whose kite is whose? Click on the picture to make it bigger. This illustration is from Rob Biddulph’s book Blown Away.
1. Listen to Rain Before Rainbows by Smriti Halls and David Litchfield.
This uplifting and hopeful book is all about being optimistic (being confident and positive about the future).
These last few months have been some of our toughest and hardest yet, but there have also been some lovely memories, like coming back to school in Year 3, being with our friends again, meeting our new teachers and seeing some of our families again.
Think of some of your favourite memories from the last few months when life has been a little different.
Download your memories sheet here.
Write or draw how you felt. You can also draw a self-portrait of yourself!
Here are some of Harold’s happy memories as an example.
Have a lovely evening and see you tomorrow for another day of remote learning!
Louise, Tatiana, Bonnie and Robyn
- First, the farmer takes the chicken across, leaving the fox and corn.
- Then the farmer goes back and gets the fox.
- Instead of leaving the fox alone with the chicken, she swaps them and takes the chicken back to the starting side.
- She then swaps the chicken for the corn and brings it across, leaving the fox and corn alone.
- Finally, she goes back to collect the chicken, bringing all three across the river without letting any of them eat anything else!