Story Time - Hansel and Gretel
Watch the story of Hansel and Gretel. Can you tell the story to someone in your house?
This will help you with your literacy later in the week.
This book is part of Ladybirds First Favourite Tales series - these retellings are perfect for introducing young children to classic stories and fairy tales,...
Play the matching game by matching the symbol with the meaning
Using the story you wrote on Hansel and Gretel, make a movie showing your story. You could use the puppets from the writing task or make your own or even get you family to act it out!
Send your teachers any videos you make.
Mrs McConville- firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Anderson- email@example.com
Think positive- Think Happy- feel happy
Watch Powerpoint and discuss with an adult in your house.
Discuss positive thinking
Listen to the story on Powerpoint about Jude. How can we turn negatives into positives?
Look at the cloud sheet, can you think of a positive to write?
How can you turn a negative into a positive?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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