Watch the story of 'The Three Little Pigs'.
Can you recall what happened during the story?
Can you draw a picture and write about your favourite part in your home learning book by using your phonic knowledge?
Practise saying what you want to write out loud before you write it.
Remember to segment your words.
Let's talk about the characters. Who are the characters in the story?
How did the little pigs feel when the big bad wolf tried to blow down their houses? Why?
Are the characters good or evil?
Can you remember what good or evil means?
Can you remember any of other characters we have thought were good or evil?
Have a look at powerpoint to remind yourself of the some of the good and evil comparisons we have made.
Can you make build a house for the little pigs with items from around your house?
Draw a picture of this and label it with what you used to make it.
Then pretend to be the big bad wolf by using a hairdryer (with an adult) and see if you can blow it down.
"I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down"
Was it strong enough to stop the wolf blowing it down?
What kind of house would you like to live in?
Would it be made of straw, sticks, bricks or something different?
Go through the powerpoint with a grown-up.
Would you like to live in any of these houses, why?
Can you draw a picture of where you would like to live?
Can you write a sentence to tell us about it?
For example: It is green. It has got a big garden. I want to live in a tent.
Remember use your phonic knowledge to listen for the sounds you can hear.
But hold on, there's another version of The Three Little Pigs.
Let's watch it.
Is this the same or different?
In this story was it the Pigs or Wolf which were Evil?
This story is a different point of view.
The wolf thought it all happened differently than the pigs said.