Good morning, Kestrels! I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s learning. Today I have lots more challenges for you to enjoy. Don’t forget to send me in some of your amazing work!
Now choose three of the sentences above and re-write them below, changing the adjective to make them more exciting.
For example: The cat had attractive eyes.
*CHALLENGE – Can you make each sentence longer but using a conjunction and adding more detail? E.g. The small black cat attractive eyes and everybody thought it was beautiful.
Reading/ Writing activity
Yesterday we learnt about Kennings riddles. Here is the riddle that Jas wrote about a cat:
Now it’s your turn! Can you make up your own riddle about an animal? Here’s how to do it:
Here is my example to help you:
What am I?
Why not try this racing fractions game to really test your knowledge!
Today we are going to be developing our mapping skills.
If you can get out for a walk with an adult, walk around your local area and see how many of these places you can see. Use a tally chart to record them. For example:
What other places are near to your home that you might like to add?
Challenge: Here are some map symbols. Can you think of a symbol to represent each place you have found?