10 things in an explorer’s rucksack!
Read the poem the explorer wrote when he got back from exploring Atlanti.
It is a list poem and it is all the magical things he would like to find in his rucksack upon his return.
Plan to write a list poem
★Activity: Use the planner to help you sort your ideas for writing your own list poem.
Think about some of the tips below:
★Try to make your items sound exciting by using alliteration – where words start with the same sound e.g. sizzling sun, lazy lion, towering trees
★ Use precise, powerful verbs that show things in a more exciting way e.g. scorching, splashing, glittering
★ Choose unusual things to add to your bag. Be as inventive as you can e.g. a hat made of stars, boots made of spider webs
★ Exaggerate things. Make them: the biggest, the tallest, the sweetest, the fastest
Hours in a day
Today you will be looking at the hours in a day.Complete the activities on seesaw or on the fern federation website.
Build a bird feeder!
Use an old plastic bottle and some sticks to make a tabletop bird feeder and keep those hungry mouths chirping all winter long!.
Video with Mr Wakeling.
Body Parts Flashcards
Beth sy’n bod?
Mae ______ tost gyda fi.
Copy from the video with Mr Wakeling and test adults at home/siblings.