Sunday, 6 November 2011

Animals Home Poem

Read the poem out loud, establishing that it asks a question in each verse. Look the repetition, then devide the class into two groups, one asking questions and the other answering. Using the poem as a pattern, substitute new ideas, for example, Who lives in the stable? and so on. Teacher could also make a four-page zigzag book with opening flaps. Draw different ‘homes’ on each flap, asking the question, Who lives here? and then draw the appropriate animal or insect underneath with a speech bubble, saying, This is my home!.

Fill in the tally chart below to record the wildlife living in your school grounds.

Cut out the animals and habitats below. Can you match the animals to their correct habitat?

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