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Week Beginning 11.1.21

One Snowy Night Video

Still image for this video

Monday- Activity 1

Listen to the teachers read the story ‘One Snowy Night’ by Nick Butterworth. Look at the actions that they do. Can you watch it again and join in with some of the actions? Using actions to retell a story helps you to remember the different parts of it.

 

 

Look at the image from the beginning of the story. What is happening? Where is it taking place?

Write a list of words to describe what the weather is like outside Percy’s hut. (Use a piece of paper, notebook or whiteboard that you have at home)

Tuesday- Activity 2

Watch the teachers read the story ‘One Snowy Night’ again. Can you join in with some of the actions that they do? This time think about what happens in the middle of the story.

 

Look at the image from the middle of the story. What is happening? Where are the animals and who are they going to see?

Write a caption to say how they must be feeling. Remember to begin with a capital letter. (Use a piece of paper, notebook or whiteboard that you have at home.)

Wednesday Activity 3

Watch the short animated  story ‘One Snowy Night’ again. Listen closely to the ending. This time think about what happens at the end of the story.

Look at the image from the end of the story. Where is Percy and all the animals? What are they doing? How do you think they all feel?

Choose one of the animals and write about where they are hiding and sleeping. (Use a piece of paper, notebook or whiteboard that you have at home.)

Thursday- Activity 4

Today we would like you to upload the writing activity from Google Classrooms and write short sentences to match each part of the story. Remember to use the correct letter formation, your phonics to sound out each word and finger spaces so that we can read what you have written. Think about what you have already written this week, it may help you!

Friday- Activity 5

Today we would like you to think about the things that you do during the day and also at night time. Look at the PowerPoint about day and night activities. Can you say when you do the activities?

 

Now have a think about animals that are awake in the day and those that are awake at night. Have a go at sorting the animals using the pictures after you have watched the short clip about animals. You could cut them out and stick them under the correct headings or write the names of them in a list.

Day and Night animal sorting


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