You will need:
- Something to write with/on
- Some old family pictures
Pictures can tell stories. Use your imagination and empathy to imagine what might be happening in photographs you’ve never seen before.
Take off any tissue that may be left on the roll and use a knife or pastry brush to cover it in either peanut butter or honey.
Pour the bird seed onto a plate, then roll the tube in the seed. The seed sticks to the roll as you have coated them with lots of stickiness.
Once you have done that, thread some string or colourful wool through the roll. You are then ready to hang the feeder and watch the birds!
Instructions – standing feeder
Ask your family or friends for an old picture. It can be a picture of your grandparents or a picture of someone you know when they were younger. Once you have a picture, we’re going to write a story about it.
Here are some things to think about:
- Who are the people in the picture? (They will be your main characters)
- Who took the picture? (This person could be the narrator of your story)
- Where was the picture taken? (This will be the setting of your story)
Think about what could have been happening at the time. What do you think the person was feeling at the time when the picture was taken.