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Happy Wednesday

One Snowy Night

We're going to get really good at remembering what happens in the story. 

One Snowy Night Story Map Part 1

Talking Together

Did you remember the names of all the animals in the story? And how many there were of each animal? Tomorrow we will all make a story map - that’s a great way of remembering what happens and who the characters are.

 What is your favourite part of the story?

Become a Storyteller

Over the next few days we are going to become really good at telling stories. Once you to get to know a story well then you can retell that story yourself!

Today we are going to begin by making some puppets to help us to tell the story of One Snowy Night. Using puppets to retell a story is really good fun! Puppets can be as simple as printed out pictures for you to cut out and colour (see link below) or children's own drawings of the characters (and yours too - sometimes there are a lot of characters to create!). Stick them onto sticks or toilet/kitchen rolls - these are great if you want your characters to stand up!

Here are some examples.






Once you've made your puppets, keep them in a safe place ready for us to create our own puppet show on Friday where we can retell the story. Tomorrow we will make a story map that we can use to help us!

Our World

Over the week we're going to find out more about the different animals from the story. Let's start with the hedgehog... Watch this episode of Come Outside. What do you already know about hedgehogs?

Come Outside - Hedgehogs

Auntie Mabel and her dog Pippin search the garden for Spiky the hedgehog.


Let's begin again with a number rhyme! 

Five little ducks went swimming | Early Years - Nursery Rhymes


Write the numerals 1, 2 and 3 on pieces of paper. Ask your child to pull out one of the numbers and say it. Repeat this a few times. Outside in the garden or backyard or when out on a walk, ask your child to do an action for each number that choose, for example, do two jumps, do 3 hops, 2 tiptoes, 1 jump, 3 giant steps and so on. 


Laying the Table

Your family will be so pleased if you are helpful around the house and offer to do some jobs. Remember many of your grown-ups will be trying to do their own jobs too whilst you're at home. Maybe today you could help to lay the table for lunch or for dinner? You will need to decide how many plates, knives, forks and spoons you will need and watch carefully as your grown-up shows you where to put the cutlery. Can you copy them?


Let's Move!

We love dancing to the Animal Boogie in nursery! Why don't you show your family how to do it?

The Animal Boogie | Barefoot Books Singalong

Our Favourite Five Stories

Don’t forget to keep listening to our Favourite Five stories! There’s a page just for them next to the Sharing Stories page. Which is your favourite? I think mine is The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr. 


Today’s Winter Poem

Winter Trees

Remember to send in any photos of what you have been doing at home or email Ms Paulson to let her know how you are doing - it’s important to keep in touch!
See you all tomorrow! Keep safe, be kind and have fun!
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