Bugs, bug, bugs
What happens to a caterpillar?
This week's Makaton sign is caterpillar
Practice these skills throughout the week
Phonics & reading
Activity 1: Listen to the story of 'The very hungry caterpillar.'
Can you answer these questions?
1. What came out of the little egg?
2. What did the caterpillar eat first?
3. What made the caterpillar feel much better?
4. What did the caterpillar build around himself?
5. What did the caterpillar become?
The very hungry caterpillar loves lots of different foods. What is your favourite food? Can you draw a picture of your favourite food? Some of you can have a go at labelling your food?
Find out about the lifecycle of a butterfly.
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Can you make a caterpillar out of egg boxes?
Activity 1:Use your symmetry sheet to make a symmetrical butterfly picture. What ever you do on one wing you have to repeat on the other side. You could use a mirror down the middle of your butterfly to reflect the pattern you have made.
Use paint to make a symmetrical butterfly picture. Paint on one half of the paper and then fold the paper in half, when you open the paper see what has happened.
Can you make a fruit salad with the fruit that you have in your house? What is your favourite fruit?
Can you practise your ball skills? Catching, throwing aiming and rolling.
Number blocks How to count
Mrs McGhee keeps counting wrong, can you show her how to count objects the right way?
Music time: Charanga
Look for the new music added in Term 6 music. Learn the songs Big bear funk and Things for fingers.
Well done everyone for a great week of learning!