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We have been exploring lots of different animals during our time 'home learning' and we thought we would give one of our favourite Traditional Tales a turn this week, Little Red Riding Hood.

 

Most of us have heard this story read to us by our mums, dads and grandparents and sometimes the different story tellers make it a little bit different, this is one of the great things about Traditional tales. We would love to hear you tell this story to your family and friends and hope you could share your story telling skills on our school Twitter account for everyone to enjoy.

 

Underneath is a version of the story for you to enjoy. Is it any different to the one your family has told you before? what was different? What was the same? Which version do you like the best?

Little Red Riding Hood - Animated Fairy Tales for Children

Have a look at our 'Animated Fairy Tale' playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5hbpwc66yGGyhrMvMWYgBB-3GiVh6YEk Watch amazing Animated Fairy Tales...

Can you make your own puppets so you can practise telling the story?

 

You can use toilet rolls, paper, cardboard, any odd pieces of cloth or paper.

Maths

 

Granny would like to have some flowers to cheer her up, can you complete the worksheet below to decide how many flower would be 1 more or 1 less than those in the vase?

 

Could you design a garden for Granny with 20 flowers in it? Can you use 3 different types or colours of flowers? how many of each did you choose?

 

 

Phonics

 

Can you use your cards to practise saying each sound? How many sounds do you know?

 

Can you make 5 words with the sound 'igh' 'ear', 'ar'?

 

igh ear ar
     
     
     
     

 

Phase 3 Phonics Vowel Digraphs and Trigraphs| ai, ee, igh, oa

Phase 3 Phonics Vowel Digraphs and Trigraphs| ai, ee, igh, oa This is a video I use to support the children in my class and their parents with understanding ...

Every day we will give you a challenge, here is the first one.

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