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Watch and enjoy the clip on the Ten Jungle Animals for Kids.
(Note: this is an American clip so pronunciation of some animals may differ). Ask your child which animal they found the most interesting and why? I liked the …because…
Repeat watching the section of the clip where their favourite animal appears, pausing as you do so for your child to retell the facts that they have heard.
Ask them to become the expert on that animal and go and tell someone else in their household all about it.
Write a fact file on this animal in sentences including the information that they have heard, e.g. Jaguars
Jaguars are very big cats and are about six feet long. They sleep up in the trees. They eat lots of other animals like deer, monkeys, snakes or fish.
Draw a picture of the animal and label it too.
You could also include a ‘did you know’ question, such as: Did you know that jaguars love water and are great swimmers?
Remind your child to check for capital letters, full stops, use of the word ‘and’ and ‘or’ and also the question mark.
Year 1 Maths
Here is a video lesson for you to watch before you work on today's tasks.
Year 2 Maths
Before you have a go at today's task about block diagrams, watch this lesson. It might help you.
Here is this week's lesson, sent by Mrs Thornton. It is all about the didgeridoo.
Don't forget that Joe Wicks is doing live PE lessons on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 am. You will find them on YouTube.
PH Sports has also produced some great resources for PE lessons. Have a look at their website for ideas and links to previous YouTube lessons.