Our Book of the Week is
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see?
By Bill Martin Jr & Eric Carl
You can read along to the book on Youtube:
Have a go at reading this version with hints. (pdf version)
Which do you like best?
The book contains lots of animals, each with a different colour.
Describing words tell us what something looks like.
These are called ADJECTIVES!
We can describe something by its colour: A red bird.
We can describe something by its size: A tall tree.
We can describe something by how it feels: A soft cushion.
We can describe something by how we feel about it: A nice game.
What other words can you use to describe things?
Use describing words to say something about these animals.
(describing animals sheet)
Can you spell the words:
have & like?
Look at the words
Cover them & try to
Spell them from memory!
Can you write sentences with the words in. Don’t forget to use a capital letter at the start of the sentence, and a full stop at the end.
Look at these words:
looked, called & asked.
They all end with ed. That tells us they are talking about things that happened in the past.
Can you find these words in any books you read?
Can you find any other words that end with ed?