Model drawing an animal and writing about what sound the animal makes. Report Writing: Choose an animal to learn more about. As Elephant goes searching, he begins to worry about whether he will find his friends, especially the elusive Chameleon! Then he makes a catapult and fires them into the shop…. He sits in a cardboard box, lonely for a while, but one jungle animal after another come to visit him! If you have reason to believe that one of our content is violating your copyrights, please do not take any legal action. . Fortunately the quiet, clever ladybird is on their trail, and she and her farm animal friends have a plan of their own.
Useful to stimulate discussion about how animals in the jungle are suited to their environment. Those crafty robbers Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len are out of jail, and they're heading back to the farm with another cunning plan to cause trouble. How could we camouflage ourselves in the jungle? Tiny Little Fly, by Michael Rosen Even the littlest fly makes a big difference in the overall ecosystem of the jungle. You'll have a bunch of knowledgable explorers in no time! He gets a pickaxe, a shovel and a bucket and tells the children what to do. She wanders through a jungle looking for someone who will play with her, but even the large animals move away from her. The talks are fun, informative and can be customised to suit your group or curriculum requirements.
Students of all ages can identify what facts they know about the animal. We don't own or have these images. She begins to feel she is ugly and will never belong anywhere, and she is even in danger of getting swallowed by a crocodile! It's lumpy and bumpy, and has snippy-snappy teeth. As a side activity, use photos of ocean, tree and jungle and felt animals to classify where animals live. All your time taken up with marking? Including well known Jungle animals such as Tigers, Crocodiles and Monkeys, these wild animals will stimulate expression of language, sounds and speaking in character.
Jungle Tales This section gives you the title of each story along with the author's name, a brief summary and a sense of the major themes or appeal of the story. Set the children the challenge to see which pair can design the best camouflage for humans in the jungle. Ask the children to consider what it would be like for them humans to live and survive in the jungle - what dangers could there be? Join explorers as they visit Kenya and meet the people, wildlife and landscapes. Max is a brave little cat. What animals live in the jungle. For younger ones or as a choice, use animal templates bear, parrot, dolphin for students to decorate with their choice of materials.
How do they feel when he comes home? Have discussion about what else to add to draw bear: arms, legs, paws, eyes, nose. A friendly cricket gives him some advice, and he figures out that his own dance is as special as it gets. Craft: Learn to draw animals 1. I would like to remind all visitors to this website that all pages on this site are copyright protected , unless stated. With only an orphaned wolf cub for company, Torak must keep his promise to find the Mountain.
The resource encourages students to examine and discuss the important responsibilities people have in caring for cats and dogs and the many different ways that people live with these animals around the world. Children will love this funny story about surprises, labels and a very unlikely friendship. If a specific animal becomes of interest to the class, explore! Once children have made guesses, ask for students to be the leader and make animal sounds while the class guesses. Write or for younger ages, talk about your favorite animal. Find a non-fiction book about an animal, and find a fictional story about the same animal. For this reason as well as many others, kids can be really interested in the jungle.
Younger students can help cut out pictures from magazines of that animal and glue to poster. Take your class on safari to Africa with this Geography scheme of work for Year 1 and Year 2. Mole loves labelling things, but when he comes across a strange thing, he doesn't know what to call it. Place snake up on the board. The film explains the importance of a nutritionally balanced diet, how the industry is regulated and how carefully ingredients are sourced.
This is a great story for kids who are interested in the different ways jungle animals move as well as what they do all day, and it beautifully captures the idea that being big is not necessarily the most important thing in the world. With lesson plans, slides, activity ideas, differentiated activities, picture cards, information sheets and much more, these 'Let's go on Safari' lessons are the perfect way to introduce your class to Kenya. It is helpful to note which animals make sounds that students will know: Rib-bit, squawk, hiss Before reading, tell students you want them to predict what animal Tavi is hearing on pages with familiar animal sounds. A number of resources are included in each pack - ranging from song lyrics, body parts of animal match cards plus powerpoint presentations and games. Sometimes, it's as if the scarier or more foreign an animal seems, the more likely a kid is to find it fascinating! For younger children, gather magazines that feature animals. Lead a discussion about where animals live.
That's why we try to give you as much as we can with every teaching pack — to help you and make life easier. We know how much time teachers spend on preparation and assessment. Below are some ideas for talking about story elements, plots, and focus on fictional texts. What makes your family happy. View the , which enables children to develop confidence to share ideas and talk to their peers about habitats and continents whilst they play, learning to share resources and co-operate as part of a group. Hide and Seek, by Il Sung Na This is a playful book about a game your jungle-loving readers are likely to know well! Make an animal collage, and have pairs share the animals they found.