Welcome back Ducklings! Hope you all enjoyed your Half Term Break!
Our new topic for this term is Traditional Tales.
What is a Traditional Tale?
Traditional tales are stories that have been told and retold for many years. They are passed down through generations and become a story that many people know. Traditional tales are also known as fairy stories or fairy tales.
Traditional tales often begin with:
- Once upon a time…
- A long, long time ago…
- In a land far, far away…
- In a faraway kingdom…
- One sunny day…
- Did you ever hear the story of…
- Early one morning…
What is your favourite Traditional Tale? Who is your favourite Traditional character?
I would love for you to share them. Comment below!
Let’s play a game!
Can you figure out what Traditional Tale we will be doing this week? Here are some clues to help you.
- He runs away from many people and animals that want to eat him…
- He runs and shouts, “run, run as fast as you can…”
- He accidentally trusts a fox, who eats him… yum!
I’m sure you have figured it out by now!
Click here to listen to the story.
This week we will be doing some baking so let’s sing a long too ‘I am the Baker Man’
or have a dance too ‘The Cookie Boogie’
REMEMBER to go to our Phonics page on NEWS for the EYFS daily phonics lesson. You could also use the Link for ESPRESSO Phonics as well
Don’t forget Wednesday there is a Music Assembly at 11.30am, look out for the details on Parent Hub.
NOTE FOR PARENTS:
Each day we will upload an activity or two onto Evidence Me. This can be accessed through the app or website. Please let us know if you have any issues accessing Evidence Me and we will help you. You will be able to upload photos of your child completing the activity straight onto your child’s profile. Once again just ask if you need any help.
Have a good week!
Miss McDermott and Ms Lidell