We have read the story of Hansel and Gretel so far up to the part where Hansel and Gretel find the gingerbread house. Today we are going to read the rest of the story.
Today I would like you to retell the whole story of Hansel and Gretel by acting it out. You can choose which version you would like to retell. You will need some puppets to help you retell your story. You can choose from the following options:
1. Click on the document below, print it out and use the pictures to make stick puppets.
2. Make your own puppets by drawing your own pictures and sticking them onto lolly sticks or straws.
3. Use some of your toys at home to act out the story.
Use your puppets to retell the story Hansel and Gretel. Have fun!
We know that the letter 'e' makes a short sound in words like 'bed' or 'fleck'. In some words, the letter 'e' can make a longer 'ee' sound, like in the word 'we'. Click on the video below for your phonics lesson:
Yesterday we revised how to use capital letters correctly. Today we are going to revise using full stops. Click the link below for your lesson all about full stops:
Have a look at my PowerPoint below. This will help you with your worksheet today.
Now you are feeling a bit more confident with division I would like you to watch the below video then complete the worksheet. Remember to use objects from around the house to help you solve the questions if you need to or you might like to do drawings to help you. Good luck!
In RE this week we will be thinking about what stories tell us about God. Have a look at the painting in the PowerPoint below and think about what might be happening. Maybe note down some of your ideas or tell a grown up at home.
Now think about these questions:
Pick a character (father, older son, younger son) and a part of the story and without using your voice act out no more than 10 seconds of this part of the story only using your face and body or do a freeze frame. Send us a video or picture to see if we can guess which character you are.
Then do the below sheet where you are asked to tell us what you like about the story.