I love this story!
Can you act it out with all your family, making all the noises in the right places?
You could draw a map of where the family go on their bear hunt, and label the different places. Then you could go on your own bear hunt. Hide a teddy or another toy. It could take you out into your garden, or around your house. You could then make your own book showing where you went. Write a short sentence showing the sounds you needed to make as you went around. Did you end up under your duvet like the children!? Or perhaps you will go on a hunt for something else? Perhaps a dragon, or a princess, or even a wild animal. It's up to you.
Don't forget to use your phonics skills sounding out words as you write. I look forward to seeing your own stories.
'Oxford Owl' has some great books to read this week.
Age 5-6 What's in the woods?
Fun at night.
Can you write some information you have found out?
You could make a poster, draw and label some pictures. Write captions to go with some illustrations. Write some sentences to show what you have learnt.
This weeks maths is all about number bonds. Don't forget to use objects to help you count or a number line. You can choose which method works best for you. Look in the home learning pack for ideas.