In year 1 have been learning the story of ‘The Little Red Hen’. We have tasted and made bread as part of our learning.
This week we have become storytellers and have been learning to tell the story. We used actions and story maps to help us remember the words. We have had great fun telling the story.
For one of our lessons this week we worked in groups and each played one of the characters, telling the story as we went along.
Today we recorded the story for you to share at home. You can watch it using the link below.
We have been learning the story of ‘The Little Red Hen’. Enjoy our retelling below…
Well done 1L. You are super storytellers!
Remember to use your story maps to tell as many people as you can over the weekend.
We have been using similes as a way to compare objects and emotions.
It means that you have use your imaginations to picture the descriptions, so they are more vivid in your head.
We have been converting millimetres, centimetres and metres. We have measured different lengths and thought about the ways that we can represent the measure
16 mm could also be 1.6 cm
27 cm is also 0.27m. It could also be 270mm.
On Monday, we planted cress seeds, we gave them some water and placed the trays around the room.
On Tuesday, some of the seeds had started to germinate. We talked about which trays had most seeds starting to grow and why that might be.
We watched this video, and in PE we pretended to be little beans, we slowly grew until we were waving in the breeze and feeling the warm sun on our leaves.
We shared this story and then we slowed down and hurried up as we pretended to be hares, tortoises, butterflies, caterpillars and bees in PE.