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Monday 1st June

This half term our topic is all about growing! 

You are all growing so quickly and brilliantly, so today I would like you to think about what you can do now, that you couldn't do before you started in Butterflies? 

- What can you do now?

- What are you getting better at?

- What would you like to be able to do? 

 

Think about the letters you know, the maths you can do, maybe things you know how to make now? Can you zip up your own coat? Can you use Purple Mash? There are so many things your wonderful selves can do smiley  

 

Can you write these things down as a list or as full sentences? 

Remember those finger spaces, capital letters and full stops!

Tuesday 2nd June 

Watch the video below...

Owl Babies

Still image for this video

Now I want you to write some sentences to describe what the owl babies look like. How are they different to their mum? What does mummy owl look like? Can you write about her too?

 

Some words you might want to use:

 

fluffy       small       beak     feathers    

Wednesday 3rd June

Can you write some sentences about how the owl babies feel at the beginning, middle and end of the story? You could watch it again to remind you! 

 

Useful words: (your grown up might have to help explain some of these words!)

 

worried      nervous    excited     relieved    happy

Thursday 4th June 

Watch the video of Owl Babies again to help you. 

Now, can you remember something that happens in the beginning, middle and end?

Draw a picture for each part and then write a sentence about what happens. 

Try and use some of the useful words from Tuesday and Wednesday.

Friday 5th June

Friday is Big Write day! YAY!

So today I want you to have a go at writing a bit of Owl Babies - but use your own words to tell it! 

You could even start with 'Once upon a time'

If you want you can change some of what happens - different names for the owls, could be daddy owl instead of mummy.

 

Useful words:

 

Sarah    Percy    Bill    owl      tree       night       scared        happy    

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