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Monday 20th April 2020

Write about what you did during the Easter holidays. Remember to listen for the beginning, middle and final sounds in words, use digraphs and trigraphs and use the correct punctuation - a capital letter at the beginning of a sentence, finger spaces to separate words and full stop at the end of each sentence. 


Challenge: Can you use adjectives in your writing?


Watch and listen to the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. Talk about the different foods the caterpillar ate on each day of the week. Complete the sentences on the sheet by filling in the missing words.


Challenge: Can you think of your own sentence to write from the story?  

Ask an adult to read the story of St George and the Dragon from the PowerPoint. Cut out the characters from the story and stick them onto lolly sticks, straws or spoons and act out the story with someone from your family. Which character will you be? Why? Who was your favourite character from the story?

Look at the life cycle of a butterfly from your class caterpillar diary and talk about the different stages. (This can be found in the Understanding of the World icon.) 


Look at the pictures on the sheet. Match them to the correct label. Cut out each picture and label and sequence them in the correct order.


Challenge: Use the pictures and labels to help you write about the life cycle of a butterfly.