I hope you enjoyed meeting Beegu yesterday. We’re going to be spending some more time with him today, but before that…
Now onward to…
Yesterday you watched the author and illustrator of Beegu read you the story and then show you how to draw Beegu – I hope you all had a go. After learning about synonyms your challenge was then to make lists of synonyms for happy and sad and then use some of those synonyms in your sentence writing about Beegu.
Here are some you might have come up with:
Look at these super examples of work that were sent in yesterday:
Today we are going to learn about adjectives. Adjectives is a more grown-up word for describing words (in case you needed a reminder). Let’s learn more about the below:
Today I’d like you to start by drawing Beegu by yourself and then surrounding Beegu with adjectives – words that describe him and phrases that describe him.
Consider these questions:
- What does Beegu look like?
- How does he feel in the story?
- Does he feel the same way the whole way through the story?
I can’t wait to see your work! Remember to keep it safe because you’re going to need it for tomorrow.
Here are the answers to yesterday’s work:
Today’s lesson is about recognising coins!
Be inspired to make Beegu!
If you have playdough or plasticine already then you could use that otherwise you could try making your own. If you have googly eyes you could use then but if not just draw some and stick them on. If you don’t have food dye you can use paint instead.
Have fun making your very own Beegu!
Or if that doesn’t take your fancy then you could try making a spaceship with an alien in it instead! You could make your alien Beegu, or one of your own invention.
Let’s finish with a story…
What did you most enjoy learning about today?
Do stay in touch.
Thinking of you,
Miss Linsley…and Mr Fielder 🙂