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Put the pictures in the correct order (you can draw each stage) and add labels if you can.

Here are some mini-beast craft ideas for over the summer holidays.

Watch how to make a jam sandwich just like the one in the story.

Learn all about bees with Squeaks and then write a fact sheet.

Draw a bee and wasp and label them. Tell your grown up what you notice that is the same and different.

Teddy Bears song.

Listen and guess which minibeast Mrs King describes.

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The ladybird met lots of animals in the story. Watch Dr Panda to find out where different animals come from. Draw or paint your favourite.

The Bad-tempered Ladybird did lots in one day. What do you do each day? Practise saying the days of the weeks and months if you can.

Put these photos in order and add the correct labels.

Learn about ladybirds.

Have a go at making your own lady bird out of an empty toilet roll.

Go on a spider and web hunt. How many can you find? Draw a picture or take photographs.

Have a go at the experiment below. You will need some sticky tape and some oil.

Find out why spiders don't stick to their own webs!

Watch the video below to learn about spiders and then have a go at some spider craft. Here are some ideas to help you.

Learn all about spiders.

Watch Incy Wincy Spider and then draw your own spider picture.

What Lives in a Shell? Draw as many creatures as you can.

What is the same/different about a slug and a snail. Draw a picture of them both. You could write facts about them too!

Have a go at making your own snail like the ones below.

Disney's "The Ugly Bug Ball"

Get your grown up to draw a spiral like the one below. Decorate it and then carefully cut it out to make it hang.

Watch the video to learn all about snails.

Draw your own snail and label it like the one below.

Watch this lovely snail video and then look at the picture above.

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Use these examples to help you write The Very Hungry Caterpillar story. If you can, get your grown up to record you retelling the story.

Watch this video about worms. Write a fact sheet all about them.

Watch how to make a wormery! Draw and label a picture explaining how to look after worms.

Watch the video about worms. Can you find a worm in your garden or if you go out for a walk?

Draw your own worm and label it like the one below.

Mr Tumble singing 'There's a Worm at the Bottom of the Garden'

Below are some craft ideas for The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Have a look on RK gallery at Amelia's caterpillar and butterfly.

Watch this video to learn about caterpillars. Can you draw one and write some facts about them?

Watch the video below and then use these pictures to help you draw and label food that the caterpillar ate. Which is healthy and which should we only eat as treats?

Watch Singing Hands tell the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar using lots of actions.

Watch the video below and then use the pictures to help you complete the life cycle of a butterfly and label it if you can.

Watch the video to learn all about the life cycle of a butterfly

Watch the video below first and then either use this template or draw your own butterfly and label it.

Watch the video to learn all about the parts of a butterfly.

Use the story map to help you write sentences or even the whole story! If you find this tricky, copy your favourite pictures and label them.

Watch Olaf's video. Write a letter to say thank you to someone who helps you or tell them how much you are looking forward to seeing them again.

HALF TERM CHALLENGE: What can you make out of a used milk bottle?

Watch Peppa Pig sorting rubbish for recycling. Help your grown up to sort your rubbish today!

Watch the video and make a poster just like the boy, telling people what to do with their plastic.

Compare the teeth of this lion and shark. What is similar and different about them? Why do they have teeth like this? Tell your grown up or draw a picture and write a sentence.

Thinking about land and sea animals, sort them according to what they eat - meat, plants or both!

Think back to the land and sea animals that we have learnt about. Make a list and sort them into those that can swim, run, jump or crawl.

A frog lives on land and in water. Watch how it changes through it's life cycle and draw it just like you did for the turtle, add labels if you can.

Do these animals live on the land or in the sea?

Peppa Pig - Night Animals. Animals that come out at night are called nocturnal, they sleep during the day. Can you draw pictures of some night time animals and label them? Find out if fish are nocturnal? Do you think they sleep during the day or night?

Shark in the Dark! Think about the different things that happen during the day and night. When do you go to school, watch the TV, go to sleep. What might you see during the day/night?

Watch these baby turtles walk to the sea and then swim. How old were you when you learnt to walk? Can you swim yet? How does a turtle walk/swim? Is it the same or different to children?

What comes from an egg?

Find out about the life cycle of a turtle - which comes first, what are they called? There is a video under this to help you.

Sea turtle facts

Sea turtle song

The Fish Who Could Wish

Fur, Feathers, Scales or Skin?

What Makes a Good Friend?

Different types of fish

Learn fun facts with this Octopus song!

The Rainbow Fish

Video 1

Video 2

All about sharks.

Shark in the Park! by Nick Sharratt

Andy's Wild Workouts

Have a look at the link below the video to find all of Andy's workouts.

Sing a Rainbow

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Life Cycle of a Butterfly