The Ladybirds were able to record an informative video explaining the features you’d expect to see in a non-chronological report. The Ladybirds worked well to name these features and pointed out evidence within the text. The Ladybirds had a brilliant time recording this video and I think you will enjoy it just as much as they did!
Challenge: Can you think of suitable subheadings or captions for the information below.
- Zebras are constantly on the move for fresh grass to eat and water to drink. They’ll travel thousands of kilometres in search of green.
- So why do zebras have stripes? Well, scientists aren’t entirely sure. Their stripes perhaps serve to dazzle and confuse predators and biting insects, or to control the animal’s body heat.
- If one of the group is wounded or injured, other zebras will circle around and attempt to drive off the hungry predator.