Did you enjoy the Princess and the Pea last week? This week we are going to be carrying on with this story. At the end of the week, we will read another version of this story that has a twist to the tale!
Today though we are going to think about using adjectives in our writing. Adjectives are describing words that tell us more about the person, animal or object. We use adjectives to make our writing more interesting to the reader as well.
Click here to watch this short clip to remind yourself about adjectives.
We are going to use adjectives to describe a princess.
In the story of the Princess and the Pea he searched near and far to find a real princess.
He might have put up posters as well on his search to find a princess.
A poster is a large printed sheet, usually with a picture on and written information, that is put up where lots of people can see it. This is a poster.
It tells us
Today you are going to make a wanted poster to help the prince find a real princess.
Your poster must include
Your sentences will need to tell the reader what the princess should look like
Your sentences will need to tell the reader what kind of person she needs to be. Does the prince want a kind or mean princess? Will she be helpful or lazy? Why? Will she be tidy or untidy? Will she be brave? Why? What kinds of hobbies might she need to have? Why?
REMEMBER you need to use adjectives in your sentences so the prince can find his real princess!
I am looking for a princess who has long, golden hair.
I have attached a poster for you to use or you can make your own. I have also included a word bank of words you might use to describe your princess.
I can’t wait to see your posters.
Today our learning is about adding and knowing our number bonds. Click here to watch the song to remind yourself of our learning we’ve done in class before.
Today you are writing the maths stories that make 10 and 20 and then create the picture for this maths story.
GY group: Remember if you know that 1 + 9 = 10, you know 11 + 9 = 20 and 1 + 19 = 20.
There is a video here if you need more support.
Your learning today is going to be number bonds to 5. Click here to watch a song about amounts to 5.
Now if you have 5 biscuits/ objects in front of you, split them in to 2 group. These 2 amounts when added together equal 5. What 2 amounts can you have to make numbers to 5?