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One Snowy Night - Let’s Be Word Detectives!

One Snowy Night. Here's the story for you to listen to again.

Talking Together

Did you listen carefully and spot where the five words were in the story? Great detective work, children! Here are the words again to remind you.





Practise using these words in your own sentences. For example, you might say, 'Suddenly a monster jumped out!' or 'The door creaked open.' With your grown-up, think of different ways to use these words or practise saying them in funny voices!


Let's warm up our counting brains by joining in with a number rhyme!

Five little monkeys | Early Years - Nursery Rhymes

True or false

Let’s play a game of true or false where you have to decide whether the facts below are right or wrong. Can you tell your grown up which ones are true and which ones are false and how you know.

  • A square has 4 sides.
  • A triangle has 2 sides.
  • 2 is the smallest number.
  • A circle has no points.
  • 4 comes after 3.
  • Let's count 1,2,5,6 - is that right?

How many?

Here’s a counting game to play around your house. 

  • How many taps do you have in your bathroom?
  • How many chairs are there around your table?
  • How many clocks are there in your house?
  • How many rooms do you have in your house? Which room is the biggest? Which one is the smallest?
  • How many pillows are there on your bed?
  • How many steps are there up to the top of your stairs?
  • See if you can count all the way to 20! How long can you keep counting for?

Busy Fingers

Dancing Patterns!

It's really important to keep moving and exercise your bodies so that your arms and hand muscles get stronger! This will help you to do lots of things including writing letters and your name!


Have fun waving flags and streamers. Make streamers from long strips of tissue paper or ribbon, and flags from squares of thick paper that your child can draw a design on and colour. Tape your flag or streamer to a stick and then it is ready for lots of different games. 


Talk about your child's experience of flags. Have they seen one fluttering on a flagpole before? Invite them to hold the flag they have made and try to 'flap' it in the wind. Try waving the streamers around in big circles and then in circles of different sizes. Encourage your child to change from one movement to another by calling out instructions, "Up and down", "Round and round", "Side to side". Think about the movements you need to make letter shapes. Some letters are made using just circular movements, such as o, c, s. 'Draw' them in the air with a finger and then a streamer or a flag.


Mark Making

Supply your child with pens and paper and encourage them to draw the patterns they have made with the streamers.    

Today’s Winter Poem

The Stars Show A Poem by Nicola Davies and illustrated by Mark Hearld

Let's finish with a dance!

The Little Mermaid - Under the Sea (from The Little Mermaid) (Official Video)

See you all tomorrow! Have fun and look after each other!
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