It hasn't been great weather wise this week has it? However, I do hope that you have found things to keep you busy and interested as the week has gone on.
Please find below activities for this week.
As always, I am responding to all of the fabulous Tapestry uploads. Keep them coming! It is lovely to see what you are all up to .
Think about the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
1. Use the Story Review Writing Frame to talk about the story. Talk about the setting. Where does the story take place? Can you think of some describing words (adjectives) to use about the setting? Where else could this story have taken place? Can you design a different setting? Maybe it is a different animal who has been munching through an awful lot of food!
2. Sentence scrambles - use the sheet provided to try and unscramble the sentences from the book.
3. Create your own food diary - Use the booklet provided or you can write in your blue books. What have you been eating everyday? What will you have this week? Think of some great adjectives to describe your food. Do you want some juicy strawberries or warm toast? I'd love to hear!
Don't forget to have a look at the BBC Bitesize page for other English ideas that might capture your interest!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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