Day 5 about Perfect Pets
Watch these videos about looking after pets. The links below take you to videos about dogs and cats. You can find and watch a video about looking after a different animal, perhaps your favourite pet.
This link will take you to another website with information about different pets. When you get to the page, click on the Vet Stuff tab. Read this information with your child.
When you have watched the videos and looked at the information, talk to your child about their pet (if they have one) or one they have learnt about and what it would need to be looked after. Use action words (verbs) such as: take, brush, clean, make, play etc. to start your sentences.
Ask your child to write a set of instructions for someone to follow if they were to look after their own pet or one of choice. They could be set out as follows:
How to look after a __
What you will need:
Your child can add pictures or drawings to their set of instructions.
Review and discuss some of the characters and poetry you have met this week.
Which has been your favourite and why?
You can read some further Revolting Rhymes referenced in the links.
Cinderella: Roald Dahl's Cinderella - YouTube
Jack and the Beanstalk: Revolting Rhymes_ Jack and the Beanstalk.mp4 - YouTube
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Revolting Rhymes_ Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.mp4 - YouTube
Choose one of the poems or a favourite section of a poem.
Re-read and put actions to it so that you can perform it to your family!
Remember to use voices for different characters and to pause in all the right places!
You could even record your performance and send it to Mrs Beeden.
First of all, you can watch this video lesson from Oak National Academy on how to identify 2D shapes.
When you have watched the lesson, have a go at the task sheet. The task documents are below.
Your lesson today is all about sharing and grouping. Here is a video lesson that might help you before you do the task.
This week we are continuing our lessons about the seven continents by taking a trip to Africa. Follow the link to watch the video lesson.
As part of the lesson, you are asked to draw your own outline of Africa to draw and write things in. There is a document below of an outline of Africa if you would prefer to use that.
You can make a poster to show what you have learned about Africa today.