Read the poem 'Little Red'. Can you put actions to the poem to help you remember it?
Find the rhyming words in the poem. Remember rhyming words end with the same sound. Lots have been highlighted for you.
Then create a list of your own words that could rhyme with bed, bread.
Today we want you to write sentences to describe one or more of the characters. You can choose from Grandma, the wolf, Little Red. Remember to write in the third person using he or she.
She has a red hood.
He is scary.
Today we are revisiting exclamation marks and question marks. Find examples of these sentences in the poem.
Choose the correct punctuation to go at the end of each sentence. Either a ! or ?
What big eyes you have
Can I come in
What a lovely day
Why do you have big teeth
What is your name
What huge ears you have
Today we are learning about alliteration. This is where phrases start with the same sound.
Make your own silly phrases by choosing an adjective with the same first sound as the noun. Practise saying them to check the sounds are the same.
|adjectives (describing words)||nouns(objects)||alliteration|
wacky weird grumpy crazy silly
purple huge fat green greedy
girl garden wolf sausages
pig house hat frog fizzy drink
cat car witch
Now can you think of your own adjectives and nouns?
Friday - Big Write
Today we would like you to write your own version of the poem we have learned about this week.
Remember to act out the poem to help you remember the order.
Can you make your poem even better by using alliteration?