At the beginning of the story the wolf says “I don't know how this whole big bad wolf thing got started, but it’s all wrong!”
Below is a typical description of the wolf-
The Big Bad wolf is the name he is given. He has thick, bushy grey fur with teeth and claws as sharp as an axe. His beady eyes sparkle like diamonds, especially when he spots his next delicious treat that he wants to devour. He is greedy by nature, sly and sneaky and certainly not to be trusted. He particularly likes to eat old ladies and trick innocent little girls with red hoods.
Your task is to write an alternative character description of the wolf from a positive point of view; he's not big and bad, he's kind and helpful.
Make sure to include-
Remember to use descriptive language when writing about the wolf so the reader can build a picture of your character. Try to include a simile in your description. Don’t forget capital letters, full stops and you could even use an exclamation mark!
Use these spelling mnemonics to help you learn the spellings in the Year 3/4 list
believe - never believe a 'lie'
bicycle - bi means two and a bicycle has two wheels
breath - take a short breath (without the e)
breathe - and breeeeeeeathe (with an e)
busy - the bus was very busy
Use these words in different sentences to help you learn the spellings too.
Task - Make your own Spanish calendar. Below are some examples to give you an idea.
You can write the name of the month in bold and draw a picture of something associated with that month to help you learn them.
Why not challenge yourself further by writing some important dates in each month in Spanish for example:
cinco Enero - Home Learning begins
catorce Febrero - Valentines day