What is a predator?
What is the animal in the picture?
What might the animal be doing?
Where might you find an animal such as this?
What is the animal looking at?
How might a predator such as this one feel during a hunt?
Why do you think some species of wild cats have become endangered?
Imagine the camera has zoomed out. Can you draw a picture of what you could see? Think about where the creature is, and what it has seen.
A low growl could be heard; a rumble that came from deep within the predator like a distant storm approaching.
With milky grey eyes like miniature moons, the cat began to prowl stealthily out of the tall grass…
Can you continue the description of the predator?
Can you add extend these simple sentences to make them into complex sentences?
The cat kept its body low to the ground.
The deer suddenly looked up.
A loud noise startled the deer.
The cat had intense, grey eyes.
It was very early in the morning.
These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?
The cat waited in the grass. It had a white coat. It had big eyes. It had spots on its face. It had whiskers.