Continue playing the Phonic Games on Phonics Play (link and log in details provided below).
It is important to keep reading and listening to a range of books, including poems, facts and even leaflets!
Have a go at the task below.
You could listen to this story or turn off the sound and read it yourself. Then talk to your grown up about the questions below:
What rhyming words can you find in the story?
Infer: How do you think the bunnies felt when the fox appeared? Why?
Recall: Why did the bunnies clap for the fox?
Did the fox turn out to be a bad character? Why?
Predict: What could happen next in the story?
Recall: What did the bunnies like to do?
Have a look at the title of the story 'Every Bunny Dance'. Why do you think the author chose this title? Can you you think of a different title?
Grown Ups - you could talk to your child(ren) about the play on words with Bunny and Body and how the author cleverly used this to link her story to the characters.