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Friday 10th April 2020

 

W.A.L.T Rewrite a familiar story.

 

 In English today, your task is to rewrite the story of 'We’re Going on a Bear Hunt' but this time we are going on an egg hunt! Remember that this egg hunt will be in your house or garden.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gyI6ykDwds use this link to remind yourself of the story or you may have your own copy at home.

 

Fill in the blanks to change the bear hunt story. You will need to think of the obstacles that the characters will come across in the book. Make sure you draw a picture to go with your writing, and design a front cover for your book. 

Rewrite the story, thinking of new obstacles for the characters to come across within the book. The first part of the story has been done for you. Draw pictures to go with your writing and design a front cover for your book.

Fill in the gap with an adjective to describe what type of egg we are going to find. Then rewrite the story, thinking of new obstacles for the characters to come across in the book.

 

Miss Wakley has had a go at the 2 star one to help you.

Thursday 9th April 2020

 

W.A.L.T Make changes to a story. 

 

Today you are going to become the author and write your own version of Little Rabbit Foo Foo!

You will be re-writing this section of the story: “Little Rabbit Foo Foo riding through the forest. Scooping up the field mice and bopping them on the head.” 

Where could Little Rabbit Foo Foo be riding? What could they scoop up and do? Remember to use lots of adjectives to describe what can be seen, heard and maybe event smelt. 

Use the templates below or create your own to make the changes. There is a space for your to also become the illustrator (person who draws the pictures in a story) to draw the changes that you have made.

 

 Decide on a new setting for Little Rabbit Foo Foo to be riding through and which creature Little Rabbit Foo Foo is bopping on the head. Draw a picture of this and fill in the blanks.

Decide on a new setting for Little Rabbit Foo Foo to be riding through and which creature Little Rabbit Foo Foo is bopping on the head. Draw a picture of this and re-write the story section with your new setting and creature.

 

Decide on a new setting for Little Rabbit Foo Foo to be riding through and which creature Little Rabbit Foo Foo is bopping on the head.

Remember to use adjectives to describe the setting and creature. For example: Little Rabbit Foo Foo riding through the colourful garden. Scooping up the slimy snails and bopping them on the head. 

 

Don't forget to check your work for capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.

 

Wednesday 8th April 2020

 

W.A.L.T Describe how the characters from a story might be feeling.

 

Today we’re thinking about how the characters in the story might be feeling. Have a think about how Little Rabbit Foo Foo, the Good Fairy and the Wriggly Worms might feel during the story.

 

Activity - Listen to, watch or read the story again and this time pause to think about how the characters are feeling. If you were these characters, how would you be feeling?

You can use the emojis on the second page of the activity template sheets to help you think of different feelings and emotions. 

Choose an emoji to match the feelings of each character.

Choose an emoji to match the feelings of each character and write a caption to explain your choice.

 Choose an emoji to match the feelings of each character and write sentences using conjunctions 'and' or 'because' to explain your reasons.

 

Challenge - Can you design your own emoji to show the feelings of your Goonie that you designed?

Tuesday 7th April 2020

 

W.A.L.T Design a character.

 

Story: Little Rabbit Foo Foo (Link to story below 06.04.20)

The Good Fairy turned Little Rabbit Foo Foo into a Goonie! Today you need to use your imagination to draw a picture of what you think a Goonie would look like, what features would a Goonie have? Remember to use lots of adjectives (describing words) to describe how your Goonie looks. Eg: long nose, green hair, wrinkly skin.

Challenge: Can you use two adjectives to describe some of the features of your Goonie? Eg: long green hair,  big pointy nose.

 Using adjectives label the features of your Goonie and write a sentence about them.

 

Using adjectives label the features of your Goonie and write 3 sentences about them.

 

 Using adjectives label the features of your Goonie and write 5 sentences about them. Think about using the conjunctions (joining words) 'and' and 'because' to add more detail and reasoning. 

Monday 6th April 2020

 

W.A.L.T Sequence a story.

 

Using the link below, listen to and enjoy the story of Little Rabbit Foo Foo. Share your thoughts on the story with someone in your home. What did you like about the story? What didn't you like about the story? What happened in the story?

 

Your task is to retell the story in the correct order. You can choose whether or not you would like to draw the pictures in the boxes or use the pictures to cut and stick into the boxes.

Maybe you could perform the story afterwards or read your storyboard out loud?

Little Rabbit Foo Foo | BOOK | Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

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Now that you have read and (hopefully) enjoyed the story there are two templates to choose from to sequence the story. 

 

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