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Read again Rumble in the Jungle encouraging your child to join in with the verses if they can. Here is the link again for to read the book.
Write a short list of animals that live in the jungle that you have heard about in the book.
Try and spell these animal names independently without peeking at the book, using your phonics knowledge. (Note: There is no expectation that your child should be able to spell all of these words correctly at this age. They should, however, be encouraged to think about the sounds in the words and ways of spelling each of the sounds).
Watch again but this time pause to discuss and add to the list of animals which live in the jungle. Talk about animals you perhaps have not seen before.
(Encourage independent spelling again using phonic knowledge and clapping of the syllables of the animal names, e.g. vulture (two claps), zebra (two claps), elephant (three claps) and hyena (three claps).)
This list could be recorded as a chart by sorting the animals with one clap, two claps and three claps etc.
Year 1 Maths
Watch today's video lesson before you do the worksheets.
Year 2 Maths
Here is a video lesson for you to watch about today's topic:
When you have watched the lesson, have a go at the worksheets.
Here are a couple of links for you to watch about making artwork in the style of Andy Goldsworthy. Have a look at them because they might give you some ideas for today's challenge.
Today, your challenge is to make an Andy Goldsworthy style piece of art using materials that you have found in your garden. Please make sure that a grown up knows what you are choosing. To make sure that you are safe, ask them if it is okay to pick leaves or flowers.
When you have made your Andy Goldsworthy artwork, take a photo of it and send it to Mrs Beeden.