Hello everybody and welcome to a cosy day full of stories and songs!
Here is Mrs Wilkinson to start the day!
One Snowy Night by Nick Butterworth
I hope you have enjoyed making puppets and your story map of One Snowy Night. Don't worry if you haven't finished because there's still time! Today we are going to use our puppets and story maps to make a little show where we retell the story to our families. I've made a little video of my puppet show - I'm using some of the puppets I showed you earlier in the week and some other things I have found around my house - including a sugar mouse! I think I can remember most of the words! I hope you enjoy it!
More Stories to Share
Miss Storey is telling a story today from her garden - in the snow!!
Snow does feel quite magical, doesn't it? Millions of snowflakes fall when it snows. Each snowflake is made up of snow crystals and it has its own special pattern. All snowflakes have six points but each one is unique which means no two are the same.
When you have listened to some stories, why don't you find somewhere cosy to sit and do some drawing. You could draw some of your favourite characters or parts of a story. Don't forget to write your name on your drawings - it's always good to practise!
Today we are going to sing a shape song!
It's important to keep moving so let's finish with a dance!