Keep practising your speed sounds and reading. All the materials you need are on our sister website. Remember, use one book and its materials per week.
Re-read and enjoy the reading of 'The Ugly Five' again:
Re-read and enjoy The Ugly Five by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Use the prompts first, next, then, after that and finally to describe which animal was seen and in which order.
Use the words that you collected yesterday on each of the animals.
Begin to compose the recount using the above prompts and the vocabulary, e.g.
Yesterday I went on a safari tour to see The Ugly Five. First I saw the ugly wildebeest. It had spindly legs and a gingery beard. I could see its big chunky chest and its skinny behind. It looked really weird… Next I saw… Then I saw… After that I saw… Finally, I saw…
Understanding the World
So far, you have learned about how animals and plants grow. Today is the first lesson of three about how humans grow and change over time. In this lesson you will think about how you have grown since you were a baby. We compare our appearance to a photo of when we were a baby and consider what abilities we have developed. At the end of the lesson you will be able to fill a box with things to remind you of what you are like now.