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Task 1 - At the start of the story Ronald the Rhino didn’t understand why he was so special. It wasn’t until the end when he looked at his reflection he saw how super he was.
Can you look in a mirror and draw a picture of you.
Extension - Can you think of words to describe just how wonderful you are?
Task 2 - Can you create your own symmetrical pattern?
Symmetry means exactly the same on both sides of the line.
You might want to draw your own animal or you might want to use the templates below.
If you are drawing your own animal you will first need to draw a line in the middle of the page. Place your mirror on the line, can you see the other half? Use the mirror to help you draw the other half of the symmetrical animal.
Extension - Can you think of an animal that is always symmetrical? A butterfly! You could fold a piece of paper in half. On one side of the paper, you could paint 2 wings of the butterfly. Now, fold your page and press the pattern on the other side. You now have a symmetrical butterfly painting.
Task 3 - Our sounds of the day are ‘ir’ (Whirl and Twirl), and ‘er’ (Better Letter).
Can you write a poem using as many words with the sounds ‘ir’ and ‘er’ as you can?