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Primary School

Summer 2 week 4




Rumble in the Jungle! 



Listen to the Story! 



Talk about the story- what is your favourite jungle animal? Talk about their features. How does the animal move? Where do they live? Are they awake at night or during the day?

Encourage your child to hear the rhyming words in the story.

Draw a picture of your favourite animal.




How many footprints?

Write numbers 1-10 on pieces of paper. Count to 10 with your child , holding up each number as you do so. Muddle them up then try and trick your child , showing them numbers out of sequence for them to label.

Select a number , identify it, and drawing some footprints to go with that number . Model writing the number to your child and ask them to copy it.

Topic Exploration

Watch this video from a zoo that shows different wild animals from around the world



Create a Wild animal Scene



Playdough animals 

Can you make some playdough using this simple recipe, and then make some jungle animals- use your hands to roll and shape the dough. Will you make a lion, a snake or something different? /search?q=simple+playdough +at+home&rlz=1C1GCEO_ enGB888GB888&oq=simple+ playdough+at+home+ &aqs=chrome..69i57j0l3.4362 j0j4&sourceid =chrome&ie=UTF-8#kpvalbx=_IqrPXuDzIfyb1fAPx_ir8A027

Use playdough tools like cutters, rolling pins etc or improvise for example, make a snake patterns using the end of a pencil. Supervise  your child whilst they use a blunt knife to cut their playdough.

Paperplate snake

make a paper plate snake by cutting it into a snail like shape and decorating it with shapes and patterns , and hang it up.

Song of the week-Down in the Jungle, Where Nobody Goes



Physical development

Can ou move like a wild anima;? Use this song for some inspiration!