Week of May 11th
- Nancy and Will read the story 'Red Riding Hood' to each other.
- Can you watch the story by clicking on the link above?
- Can you draw a picture to show part of the story of Red Riding Hood?
- You could
- draw Red Riding Hood, grandma, the wolf or the woodcutter
- draw the trees in the wood
- draw grandma's house or her bed
- Today why not have another 'scavenger hunt' with everyone at home.
- There is one for inside and one for outside.
- How many things can you find?
- Indoor Scavenger Hunt
- a toy with wheels
- a pair of matching socks
- something soft
- something smaller than your hand
- a book with a number in it
- your favourite cuddly toy
- something round
- 4 red things
- Outdoor Scavenger Hunt
- 4 leaves that look different
- a flower
- a stick longer than your hand
- a flat stone
- 5 blades of grass
- something that is brown
- something smaller than your thumb
- something that smells good
- Poor Grandma - she was very upset after she met the wolf. She did not feel well at all.
- Could you make her a 'get well' card?
- You will need
- a piece of paper or card
- some crayons and a pencil
- a grown up to write 'get well' and then you could try to copy it
- to draw a picture or stick some small objects on the front of the card
- Below there is a picture showing all the characters from the story of 'Red Riding Hood'.
- How many characters and different items can you name?
- Can you answer the following number questions too?
- How many wolves are there?
- How many times can you see Red Riding Hood?
- How many baskets are there?
- How many birds can you see?
- How many yellow flowers are in the picture?
- How many trees are there?
- How many animals are there altogether?
- Can you think of anything else to count in the picture?