Listen to the story 'Owl Babies' by Martin Waddell (see link below)
Print out and make a set of puppets or draw your own (you can use pencils to stick your puppets onto if you don't have lolly sticks)
Use your puppets to retell the story.
Listen to the story 'Owl Babies' by Martin Waddell.
Either print out and cut up the word flashcards (see link below) or ask a grown up to write some out for you and practise reading them. Then make them into sentences: 'I am Percy'. 'I am Sarah'. 'I am Bill'. Draw a picture of each owl and match your sentence to each owl baby. If you want to challenge yourself write the sentences by yourself without the 'I' and 'am' word cards.
Read your sentences to your grown up.
Listen to the story 'Owl Babies' by Martin Waddell once more.
This time look at the sentences that the smallest owl kept saying, "I want my mummy".
Print out and cut up or ask a grown up to write them out for you and practise reading them. Then put them in the right order to make the sentence.
If you want to challenge yourself try writing the sentence yourself.