Blythe - Tuesday
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An Odd Bug
Complete the two activities linked to the text.
Miss Cohen's, Emma's and Ms. Fullerton's groups - Learning 'v'
Miss Fernando's group - Learning special friends 'er'
Use the special friends split digraph to Fred Talk these words:
Can you make your own sound book? After you have learned a new sound, write it in your book! Then see if you can draw some pictures with that sound and label its name.
Let's practise our adjective song!
Yesterday we read the story 'Red Riding Hood'. What a naughty Wolf! At the end of the story, the Wolf ran away. Red Riding Hood wants to find him so that he won't be naughty again.
When we need to find something that is lost or wanted, we create a poster. A poster has a picture of the item that is wanted and a short description so that people know what it looks like to help find it.
Can you make a 'Wanted' poster of the Wolf for Red Riding Hood? Remember to use adjectives to describe the Wolf! For example, 'The Wolf has sharp teeth. He has soft, grey fur.'
Here is an example of a 'Wanted' poster for a character from a different book.
'The dinosaur is lost. He has plates on his back. He is grey.'
Typing helps you improve and learn new skills through a computer or any other device that is keyboard-based. Use your device to learn the letters on a keyboard. It would be good to use a physical keyboard e.g. laptop, computer however if this is not possible please use the virtual keyboard on your tablet to play the game below.Typing Balloon Game