How much of our version of the Gruffalo can you remember?
Can you remember any of the actions? Watch the video and have a go at retelling the story!
Can you remember the different descriptive features we added to the Gruffalo yesterday?
Today we are going to use our listening ears to write some of these key descriptions onto our worksheet.
Watch the video below to see what the worksheet looks like and how we can add our descriptions!
Challenge: Can you think of any additional describing words or phrases to describe the Gruffalo?
We are continuing to look at the letter 'p' today! Can you follow along with the video and practice using your pencil to write the letter 'p'.
Remember to look back at your work and have a think about your best 'p' :)
Writing the letter ‘p’
Letter Formation Workbook - Today's letter is 'p'
Can you estimate how many dinosaurs there are?
Record your estimate and then check your answer by careful counting - did you get it right? How close were you? How many more or less was it?
Estimating - Dinosaurs
Segment and blend
Tuesday- ow digraph
Pictures and words to support learning for Monday and Tuesday
Can you remember the different dinosaurs you researched yesterday?
Watch the video below with Miss Parish - how many of the dinosaurs can you name? Can you remember any key facts about them? Have a think about how there body helps them to move and survivie.
Your task today is to think about the different features each dinosaur has!
What dinosaur would you like to be and why?
Can you make your own unique dinosaur? You could make it using different crafts or some play dough!
Have a look at the dinousaur Miss Parish's daughter made for tips and hints on how to make yours:)
Rufus the pterodactyl cross stegosaurus
Challenge: Can you think of a name for your dinosaur?
Why have you chosen to design your dinosaur in this way?
Can you describe your dinosaur?
Are they friendly or mean?
Are they predator or prey?