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Welcome to a new week of learning adventures in Science and English.

This week we continue our learning about animals, focussing on wild animals. The two subject areas  are combined this week in both real life and imaginative ways.

We have also done them as a set of Suggested Activities, you and your child can do them all or as many as time permits. You may also want to spend longer on some than others, if the research for example has really excited them. We are so aware that some of you are doing your very best to support your child’s learning while also continuing to go out to work, or to work from home, and we hope this approach will be more flexible for you.

For each activity there is an ‘Outline’ explaining the task and directing you to the accompanying resources (all numbered).  Please adapt as you need to. For example, you do not have to print off the reading comprehension questions for your child to complete. Read the questions through with your child and then he/she can record their answers on any paper. If you feel it more appropriate for your child, you can record his/her responses, keeping the full focus on understanding skills rather than writing skills.

Have a great week!

Dear Zoo - World Book Day

'I wrote to the zoo to send me a pet . . .' Rod Campbell's classic lift-the-flap book Dear Zoo has been a firm favourite with toddlers and parents alike ever...

Below you will find the outline of the different activities:

....and here are some resources to help you with the activities:

 

For Activity 1 you might want to write the whole story yourself - we have given you a front cover if you want to colour it in (or you could design your own?!)  or we if you would like a little more help we have given you a template for the book to use.  You choose your challenge!

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