Story Time - Little Red Riding Hood
Can you tell the story to someone in your house?
This will help you with your literacy later in the week.
When Little Red Riding Hood arrives at Grandmas cottage, there's someone BIG, HAIRY and very, very SCARY waiting in Granny's bed... Will Little Red Riding Ho...
Can you now create a pic collage of different materials you can find at home?
Here is one to give you ideas.
Watch this video about map drawing.
Can you draw a map of your local area? Your Street? Use GoogleMaps to help. Remember to draw your map from above.
ICT- online safety
See website for ideas and activities for staying safe online.
Draw a picture of your family and answer the questions on your worksheet.
What is a family?
What different types of families are there?
Who is in your family?
Why is your family special?
What has your family done to help each other while school has been closed?
Can you think of ways you could help the adults in your house?
Can you design a kindness chart and tick off, over the next week, when you have been kind? See the example and some ideas below.
Look at the interview you did in Tuesday’s literacy, did you find out more about your family?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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