Why not have a go at an egg box treasure hunt this week?
You can place interesting things in each compartment. Perhaps linked to different types of minibeast habitats (rocks, soil, bark, leaves, flowers) or different feeling items. You can make a list of the items you are looking for and you can decorate your treasure box too.
There are lists of things to find from the woodland trust, which can be downloaded here:
Have fun nature hunters, and bring your treasure box to our zoom meeting on Friday.
More minibeast themed fun for the week ahead.
Powerpoints: spiders-facts-powerpoint.ppt and mini_beasts.ppt
3 levels; 1-10___or_-.pdf or 1-20___or_-.pdf or 1-30.___or_-pdf.pdf
Have a go at making one of these: bug_house_.pdf or make_a_minibeast_hotel.pdf
The lovely weather has certainly got our minibeast hunters out and about.
I have been out and about on a minibeast hunt. Perhaps you can do the same this week and make a list of the things you see.
You could keep track by playing this minibeast spotter game:
Monday 22nd June was the final day of the Set 3 Read Write Inc sounds sessions, which were aired on Youtube by Ruth Miskin training.
To continue your daily phonics sessions for the next month, you have a few options:
1. Repeat the set 3 sessions, learning 1 new sound each day and the spelling session to accompany.
2. Watching the set 2 sessions to reinforce sounds ay, ee, igh, ow, oo, ar, oy, air, ir, or, ou
3. Complete new video sessions called 'read red words 1' and 'read and hold a sentence1.'
4. To extend further, another level would be 'read red words 2', 'read and hold a sentence 2' and 'read longer words.'
Here are some activities and suggestions for this week's learning based on minibeasts and ladybirds.
halving_ladybirds_to_10.pdf or halving_ladybirds_to_20.pdf
Click on the video below to hear the story of The Bad-Tempered Ladybird