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Today I would like you to create a story map for The Leopard's Drum - just like we have done in class for other stories.
Remember that your story map can be just pictures and key words. I have included an example below. Each picture should be a prompt for a sentence in the story. You will use these story maps to write a retelling in your own words on Thursday.
You can also include some actions as you retell the story.
An example from last year.
Around the world – Exploring Antarctica
Today we are exploring Antarctica the world’s coldest and windiest continent. Did you know that the word ‘Antarctica’ comes from a Greek word meaning ‘opposite the north’? Antarctica is home to penguins, seals and other animals that are suited to very cold climates. The South Pole is in Antarctica and the explorer, Roald Amundsen, was the first person to reach the South Pole in 1911.
Take a closer look at this icy continent:
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Activity: Try to make penguins using paint and your fingerprints. Follow the instructions below:
Optional Challenge: Can you create a water bottle penguin?