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This week we will be linking our learning to the book 'Rumble in the Jungle' by Giles Andreae. Listen to the story by watching and listening to the video link below the front cover. Then draw a picture of your favourite part and try to write some words or sentences to tell us about the picture you have drawn.

This week we will be linking our learning to the book 'Rumble in the Jungle' by Giles Andreae. Listen to the story by watching and listening to the video link below the front cover. Then draw a picture of your favourite part and try to write some words or sentences to tell us about the picture you have drawn. 1

Monday 18th May

Once you have listened to the story, draw a picture of a part of the story you liked and write some words and even sentences to link to your drawing. Remember your phonics to sound out words and your  capital letters, finger spaces and full stops to structure your sentences.

Tuesday 19th May

Today, you are going to choose your favourite animal from the book. Your first challenge is to create a picture of your animal. You can draw it, paint it, collage it, use natural materials or any thing you want to create your animal. 

The next challenge is to find out as many interesting facts about your animal as possible. You could use books or the internet and just talk about them with your adult. Keep these ideas in your head ready for tomorrow's session.

Wednesday 20th May

Today you are going to make a mind map of the fantastic facts about your animal that you talked about with your adult yesterday.

You just need to write down words as you will use this information to write sentences tomorrow. Watch the video below to help you.

Thursday 21st May

Today you are going to use your mind map to help you to write sentences for your creature to make a fact file. Tomorrow you can use this fact file as a Show and Tell, to practise your skills of talking in front of an audience, to help your audience learn all about your animal. Watch the video below to help you.

(Remember your phonics to sound out words and your  capital letters, finger spaces and full stops to structure your sentences.)

Friday 22nd May

Today you are going to be your animal expert!

You will teach your audience all about your animal by reading out all the facts you have learnt about your animal. 

You could pretend that you are on TV, doing a show or being a mini-teacher! Just remember to tell us the facts about your animal to help us learn new things!

 

Miss Carter and I would love to see all your fabulous activities on Tapestry, so please put them on there for us to see!

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