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Where Are The Wild Things?
Hello children, I hope you are all keeping safe and well. Over the next two weeks we will be learning about dinosaurs. What do you already know about dinosaurs? We will be learning exciting information about different types of dinosaurs and how to sort and classify them. There will be a visit to the National History Museum too. Please email photograph’s of your amazing work to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Monday 25th May 2020
1 Let’s practise counting with dinosaurs. Watch this story carefully, because you will be taking part in some challenges afterwards. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fqJkIdoyVs
You will need 10 of the same item, such as socks, cars, dolls, stones, marbles, toys, spoons.
I have attached a sheet that has 3 circles on it. You can make your own at home by using 3 sheets of paper, on the top sheet, write number 10. Your challenge is to think of different ways of making 10 with the objects you have at home. For example, you might put 4 socks one sheet and 6 on the other. Once you feel confident to do this with the objects, move on to only using numbers. Ask a grown up to take photographs and email them to me. You could increase the challenge and use numbers to 20 as your total.
Let’s learn about similes, watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROmKMtLWY14
Remember a simile compares two things and the words ‘like’ and ‘as’ are used. Use the sheet attached to copy out 5 of the sentence starters and create your own similes. Once you feel confident, you can create similes about dinosaurs.
After that hard work, time to see if you can spot the similes in this song, listen carefully.
Time to research more information about dinosaurs. On this website you can listen to the facts about dinosaurs, see x-rays, compare their size to a human. You can also choose dinosaur games to play too.
Let’s make a dinosaur! Don’t worry if you don’t have any paper plates, you can always use an empty cardboard box from your recycling bin and cut the shapes out instead.
Remember to send me a photograph.
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