Tuesday 12th May

Here is today’s Learning at Home. Remember, to try your best! We believe in you! #BoundaryBelieves

Watch the story The Very Hungry Caterpillar again. Talk to an adult about the lifecycle of the butterfly and what happened at the beginning of the story (an egg on a leaf), what happened in the middle (eating lots of food and getting fatter) and what happened at the end of the story (emerging from a cocoon into a butterfly). Click on the link.


Draw a picture of your favourite part of the story. Label it and write a sentence about it, remembering to hold your pencil correctly and form your letters correctly too. Making sure our handwriting is small and neat.

Draw at least three different sized caterpillars. They need to be big enough to cut them out. Talk about which is the longest, the shortest, the medium sized caterpillar. Cut them out using scissors safely. Can you order them by length? Can you find other objects in the house that are the same length as your caterpillars?

Login to Oxford Owl . Read the e-book Rag The Rat . We will read this story only today and then the next part of the book (Jess in a Mess) on Friday. Answer questions on page 12 about the story Rag The Rat.

Today’s keeping active activity- click on the link below.

Day 2 -Air Hockey –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8sQVy7JvP8&t=17s