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Who would you ask to help you pull the enormous turnip from the vegetable patch?
Could you retell the story to your family using the stick puppets but change the ending to make it your own?
Start changing the story at:
The little old man pulled, and pulled. and pulled, but still the turnip wouldn’t budge.
Using the stick puppets or members of your family, can you tell your version of the story? Remember that fairy tales always end with: and they lived happily ever after.
You could make a video of your story and send it to us!
Read the story with appropriate support for your child.
Ask the children to answer the questions in their books. Encourage your child to use full sentences rather than one or two word answers. Prompt the children to remember their capital letters and full stops.
They can use the word bank, story and alphabet line to help them.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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