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					A Walk in the Jungle Contract

Alphabet

Alternatives

Curiosity

Different Uses

Forced Relationships

Imagination

Interpretation

Inventions

Originality

Picture

Picture Smart

P.M.I.

Question Key

Red Hat

Risk-taking

Variations

Venn Diagram

What If?

Your Name: _______________________
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ORIGINALITY
Use the string to create a jungle animal that has never been seen before (stick the string in the box below). Give it a name and describe what it looks like, where it lives and what it eats.

Name: ________________________
Description Diet (What does it Habitat (Where (What does it look eat?) does it live?) like?)

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CURIOSITY
You are going to interview a tiger. Write down three (3) questions that you will ask it.

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2.

3.

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RISK-TAKING
Explain why you think it might be better to be: a snake or a bird. Choose one and give three (3) reasons.

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2.

3.

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VARIATIONS
How many ways can you catch a toucan? Write and draw.

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PICTURE
Use the squiggles below to make a drawing that relates to your Jungle topic. Write about it and label the parts.

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ALPHABET
Use the Organiser below to record one jungle word (animal, plant, etc.) for each letter of the alphabet.

START

D H L P T X

A E I M Q U Y

B F J N R V Z

C G K O S W

FINISH

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DIFFERENT USES
Find ten (10) uses for a tree vine. them below:
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List

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QUESTION KEY
The answer is jungle. Give five questions to give that answer. 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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INVENTIONS
Invent a machine that will keep a tiger away from your jungle hut. Draw a picture, write an explanation and label the parts.

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FORCED RELATIONSHIPS
You need to catch a parrot with a boot, a piece of sticky tape and a marble. Explain the steps below and draw a diagram.

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ALTERNATIVES
Work out three ways to catch a monkey without a net. Draw and write below.

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INTERPRETATION
A sloth is crying. Give five (5) possible explanations.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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PICTURE SMART
Australia Post has asked you to design a set of four stamps featuring jungles and jungle animals. Draw them below and colour them brightly.

50c 50c

75c

$1.00

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RED HAT
When we wear our RED HAT we are thinking about our FEELINGS! Use your RED HAT to record (tick or cross) your feelings about the jungle things below:
Like
Monkey Parrot Swinging on vines Chasing monkeys Waterfalls Eating berries Climbing trees Tigers Giant panda bears Rain Elephants Toucans

Don’t like

No feeling

Put on your GREEN HAT (CREATIVE!!) and write an acrostic poem about your FAVOURITE jungle animal!

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P.M.I.
Complete the P.M.I. for snakes. information included. Use the

PLUS

MINUS

INTERESTING

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IMAGINATION
Imagine you are an orang-utan. Write about one of your most exciting adventures. Draw pictures below.

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WHAT IF
What if you lived in a jungle? Record the changes to your life, how you would feel, what it would be like.

If I lived in a jungle..

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VENN DIAGRAM
Use the information provided to record facts (keywords) about Pythons and Green Tree Frogs in the Venn Diagram below. This graphic organiser will help you record the similarities and differences between these two dinosaurs. Python Green Tree Frog

Different

Same

Different

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