In English today we would like you to 'Book Talk' your thoughts and ideas about Jim and the Beanstalk with your adult and then create a story map of the narrative to help your retell the story.
Listen to the story all the way to the end then use the questions below to support your discussion
What did you like about the story?
Is there anything you disliked about the story? If so, what?
Is there anything that puzzles you about the story?
Have you noticed any connections to other stories?
Recap the key events in Jim and the Beanstalk.
Task: Story map the events in Jim and the Beanstalk
What is a story map?
It is a journey through a story from the beginning to the end using pictures and labels for key parts of the story. Story maps allow you to think about the structure of the story. They give plenty of opportunities for discussion and ensure that we can re-tell their story orally.
Year 1 Maths
Today we will be assessing our knowledge of place value withing 50
Year 2 Maths
Today we are going to be drawing lines of symmetry.
Your task today is to make detailed observational drawings of scented flowers, look closely at colours, shapes and patterns. You may have some flowers in your garden or within your home. You could also visit your local park or garden to see some flowers. Remember to ask your adult before picking any flowers. Choose from a range of drawing materials, such as chalks, felt pens, wax and pencil crayons and pastels, to record your drawing. Try smelly pens to add a sensory dimension to your artwork.