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I hope that you enjoyed listening to Meerkat Mail yesterday. Isn't it a good story? I really love the ending.
Before we begin, let's see what we remember about the story. Tell a grown up what it is about. Think about the beginning, middle and end of the story. Can you remember all the places Sunny visited?
Next, you will need the piece of paper that you wrote on yesterday. We will be using it today while we work on adjectives.
Children, can you tell a grown up what an adjective is?
If you said it's a word we use to describe something, you are right! Well done.
Find the adjectives in the sentences below:
The pillow is soft.
The bright sun was warm all day long.
If you said soft, bright and warm you are right!
Today I would like you to listen to the book again and this time try to come up with some adjectives to describe each place.
Check your work with mine from yesterday and write down the adjectives.
For example, the story starts in the desert. An adjective we could use to describe the desert could be hot.
Write your adjectives on your piece of paper next to each day and place. Can you think of two for each?
Parents, here in a list of adjectives the children can choose from if they struggle to think of their own.
Once you have listed one or two adjectives to describe each place, you are done!
Don't forget to keep that piece of paper safe, we'll need it again tomorrow!