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Little Red Riding Hood
Oak Class have worked together to write their own version of the story Little Red Riding Hood.
Little Red Riding Hood
By Oak Class
Once upon a time there was a kind and helpful little wolf. He was nice to everybody he met. One morning, Mummy wolf said “Kind little wolf, your Grandma is feeling sick. Please can you take her some medicine and a basket of meat?” “Ok, I will” replied the kind little wolf. He had just set off into the woods when he saw a little girl. The little girl asked the wolf “Where are you going to little wolf?” “I’m going to my Grandma’s house. My Grandma lives just down this path.”
The little girl, who was called Little Red Riding Hood, raced down a short cut and got to Grandma’s house first. The naughty Red Riding Hood, locked Grandma Wolf into a cupboard. The sly Red Riding Hood put on the Grandma Wolf’s nightgown and jumped into her bed to wait for the kind little wolf to arrive. When the little wolf came in he thought his Grandma looked a bit different. “Grandma Wolf, what small eyes you have! And what small teeth you have! What’s happened to your tail? And where’s your fur?” Little Red Riding Hood, being a very rude little girl, shouted “Oh be quiet big snout! I want that meat.” The kind little wolf screamed. Outside a woodcutter heard the wolf scream and burst into the cottage as fast as lightening. He chopped open the cupboard door and Grandma Wolf chased the naughty little girl through the woods and she was never seen again.
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Practise your phonemes and Yeti words in your packs.
Create a drawing or painting of Storm Eunice!
A look back at some of our Lockdown Learning
During the lockdown 2020 summer term our topic was 'Old MacDonald had a Farm' and while we were not able to visit a farm, we learned all about some the animals we might find. We looked at the life cycles of different animals and found out about what plants need to grow.
The children had fun using the stories 'What the Ladybird Heard' and 'The Scarecrow's Wedding' by Julia Donaldson. Take a look at their wonderful work below. More pictures of the children's work can be found in the previous weeks' planning sections.