This week we would like you to listen to the story of ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ by Judith Kerr.
If you had a tea party who would you like to invite? Can you write them an invitation? What types of food would you make for them? Can you write a menu or shopping list for your tea party?
In the story, Sophie kindly gave all the food to the tiger who didn’t share.! Can you work out some practical maths problems that involve sharing? For example; share 4 biscuits between two teddies. Share out the cups and plates so that everybody gets one each. Can you share 8 cars into 2 garages? Try the problems below:
- Find out about tigers and cats. Where do they live? What do they eat? Why are they stripey?
- Have a real or pretend tea party. You could have one to celebrate VE day on Friday.
- Paint or draw some tiger stripes. Can you make other animal patterns?
- Try the biscuit recipe below. You will be able to use a tablespoon to count and measure out the ingredients yourself.
Watch the daily Read Write Inc lessons online and then complete the reading and letter formation activity sheet that goes with each lesson. Click on the link below. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ
Set 1 letter formation sheets: v y w z click on the links below.
Set 2 sounds reading sheets:
We hope you enjoy trying some of these ideas. We would like to see your photos on Tapestry or send them to: [email protected]
Take care and have fun,
Miss Bradshaw and Miss Hawley