Meadows have had another creative and fun filled week!
The traditional tale of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ has given opportunity for lots of creativity and debate!
We have been testing our recall skills and retelling the story in the correct sequence, creating maps for Little Red’s journey and writing many cvc words too!
Focus Text: We will continue to build on ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ key vocab: Little Red Riding Hood, Grandma, Wolf, Woods, Woodcutter, path,
Communication/Speaking/Listening. Thinking about and comparing other stories that have woods or have a wolf in it, debating about whether the wolf is really bad or did he simply not know how to communicate in a kind way and solve any problems, maybe he just wanted to play? Key vocab/sentence stem– ‘I think the wolf is …… because he …….. .’
Physical Dev: Learn how to become increasingly independent in own care needs- Dental Care-Brushing teeth. Key vocab:up, down, top, bottom, backwards and forwards, toothbrush, paste.
PSED: Healthy Food- Prepare a healthy picnic basket of food for ‘Grandma,’
Maths: Size– Big eyes, big nose, big ears and big teeth! Key Vocab– big bigger biggest small smaller smallest compare and sharing out the picnic food for Grandma, fair, more, less, few
P4C: Making safe choices. Q? Was it a safe choice for Little Red to go off the pathway after her mother told her not to? Discuss.
UW: I can talk about the language/s spoken in my family and share some key words/greeting/ food/ family members.
Program Beebots- using directional language-Vocab-straight, left, forwards, over, turn, right, move, press, count, cancel.
Lit: Use these letters to make a word to match the pictures.- c, a t, h, m, d, o, g
EAD/UW: Create a route for Little Red – continue with creating and labelling maps, role-play the story, can you think of an alternative ending?
Have a wonderful and safe weekend!