Menu
Home Page

Week 2 Challenges

Hello everybody. Hope you are all well. This week we are going to focus our challenges on a story written by a British author, Julia Donaldson.

 

We have already spend a Term looking at different stories written by Julia Donaldson so your children should be familiar with most of them. The book that I have chosen for you to look at is a little less known and I hope you enjoy the story. Its called 'Spinderella'. Does it sound similar to a story that you already know?

 

Have fun completing the challenges, please feel free to ask an adult to take photographs of your work and email them into us here at school. 

We love seeing all the work you have completed and really look forward to hearing from you!

 

Spinderella by Julia Donaldson

Challenge 1

 

Listen to the story and then design and make a spider like 'Spinderella'.

 

Challenge Two

 

In the dinner hall at school the children were eating fish fingers, potatoes and peas while the spiders were eating flies. Find out what you and your family like to eat the most. Can you make a menu for the day or maybe even for the week that would feed your family. You may need to think about what foods are healthy and not just yummy!

Challenge Three

Spiders for kids

Zoologist Jess French takes a look at some spiders, then accompanies a group of children to have a look for webs and eggs.

What can you learn about spiders. There are many different types of spiders. How many different spiders can you learn about? Draw a picture and write some sentences to show what you have found out.

Challenge Four

Can you answer these questions about the book you have read?

 

1. What are the children eating for their lunch at school?

2. What game do the spiders play?

3. What do the spiders use as a football?

4. Why do the spiders get swore feet?

5. Who helps the spiders and solves the problem of their swore feet?

6. Who scored the winning goal?

Incy Wincy Spider

Watch and Learn the Nursery Rhyme - 'Incy, Wincy Spider'. Make up your own actions and perform it to members of your family. You may like to record it and send it to a member of the family that you can't currently visit at the moment or preform it over a video call to cheer up someone that you know .

Top