Read again Whatever Next by Jill Murphy:
Retell the story again to a grown up.
Imagine that you are Baby Bear and you want to tell someone about your day.
Think about how Baby Bear would be feeling and what he might be thinking at each part of the journey, e.g. He would be feeling disappointed that his mum wouldn’t let him go to the moon, or he would be excited as he took off up the chimney.
Say what his thoughts and feelings would be.
Write a diary entry now as if you are Baby Bear and you have just come back from your day on the moon.
Remember to include the thoughts and feelings throughout and use the word ‘I’ as if you are writing as Baby Bear.
E.g. Last night my mum asked me to have a bath but I wanted to go to the moon. I was disappointed that she wouldn’t let me go. I made a rocket from a box under the stairs, put on my space helmet and books and flew up the chimney. I felt so excited to start my trip …
Make sure you start each sentence with a capital letter and end it with a full stop (or maybe an exclamation mark).
Here is another story from Nick for you to listen to:
Year 1 Maths
Today, you will be thinking about addition and subtraction facts to 20. Here is a video lesson for you to watch before you do the tasks. (Grown ups-don't be put off by the title of this lesson!)
Year 2 Maths
Today, you will be drawing 2D shapes.
History-How have people's lives changed in living memory?
In this lesson, you will be learning about some of the ways in which toys have changed over time. You will be learning about the differences between wooden, plastic and electronic toys and will also look at some examples of each.