Friday 12th June 2020
LI: To answer questions about a poem
Thursday 11th June 2020
LI: To compare poems
Today, you will be looking at two poems. You read one, Five Little Senses, yesterday. Read it again and read, First Dog on the Moon, for the first time.
Use the table below to compare the two poems. Put ticks and crosses in each of the boxes. (You can just put ticks or crosses on a piece of paper too!)
Complete the table below.
Write in full sentences what Dog might see and what he might touch on the Moon.
I can hear cheerful Moon Bugs chatting to each other.
I can feel the warm sun on my back.
Wednesday 10th June 2020
LI: To respond to a poem
Here are our five senses:
Can you identify these five senses when you read the poem below?
Under each heading, list a few things that you really like to taste, smell, feel, see and hear.
Now, use your ideas to write full sentences about each one of your senses.
I really like the taste of yummy, cold ice cream.
I love the smell of the flowers in our garden.
Tuesday 9th June 2020
LI: To use rhyme
Today, we will be looking at rhyme again.
Complete the poems below by choosing the correct word from the box. Write all the poems out in your neatest handwriting.
Monday 8th June 2020
LI: To understand rhyme
Read the two poems, If You Should Meet a Crocodile and The Vulture.
Find and write down all the rhyming words in The Vulture.
Did you list all the words listed in the table below?
Read the other words in the box below the table. Copy each into the correct rhyme section. Think of other rhyming words…