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Literacy Lesson 1

Watch the video clip below "Caterpillar Shoes". Choose which one of the main characters you would like to describe, you can choose between the woodlouse, spider, grasshopper, beetle or the snail. Each page attached below has the character on one of the hexagons and a number of hexagons around it. Try your best to create a word chain on the hexagons. Write one adjective per hexagon to describe the character. Try to complete this for one character and you may want to try another as well.

Caterpillar Shoes | Sweet rhyming story for kids!

I hope you like Caterpillar Shoes, a sweet, rhyming story about a kindly caterpillar who decides to give his beloved shoes away to his woodland friends.

Literacy Lesson 2

Creating your own bee fact file.

Watch the video below "Busy Bees" and choose your favourite facts to record. You can record them by creating your own fact file or you could give the example attached a go, the instructions are below.

Busy Bees

You see them when it's warm outside, hanging out in flowers and working away. Bees! Check out what these buzzing insects are up to..

Literacy Lesson 3 and 4

Class novel

As P3 know, reading a story at the end of each day is one of my favourite parts of teaching, the magic that can be created is something very special. Usually at this time of the year we would be reading "James and the Giant Peach" together.

If you have a copy of the book at home that is fantastic, if not, the video below reads through the book. You could listen to 15 minutes a day or choose to listen to a chapter at a time.


While you are reading the book, please discuss different aspects of the story. I have attached some choice board pages, these include a range of different questions that could be talked through together. Enjoy some story time smiley


Roald Dahl | James and the Giant Peach - Full audiobook with text


High frequency word revision

Choose 8 tricky high frequency words and complete the following activities. These are just suggested activities and if you do not have the resources you can revise the HFW in any way that works for you and your child.

1. Build them out of Lego.




2. Write them in chalk outside and use a water pistol to spray the word called out

by someone in your family.




3. Write them in salt or shaving foam!