Inspired by nature | KS2 | Year 4 | Grammar
Powerful Verbs: Decken’s sifaka
- Pause the film at the moment the sifaka mother and son saw the deadly shards of limestone. Role play what the animals might be thinking or saying to each other at this point. Record their conversation using direct speech.
- Earlier in the lesson, we saw a photograph of a fossa. This cat-like carnivore loves nothing more than eating sifakas. Write an adventure story that features both the fossa and sifaka lemurs.
- A haiku is a Japanese poem that (traditionally) evokes an image of the natural world. It has three lines and uses a pattern of 5,7,5 syllables. Using some of the descriptive words from the Word Wall, write a haiku that captures a moment in time from the main film clip.
Deadly shards of rock
Stand in the way of lemurs