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Greta and the Giants

A fantastic story inspired by Greta Thunberg and her amazing work for children.


It's story time!

Today's story is a classic and one of our favourites... Goldilocks and The Three Bears. Watch the video and then see if you can answer the questions below. Watch and listen to the story carefully! 


  1. How many bears are there?
  2. What did Goldilocks find in the house first... porridge, chairs or beds?
  3. Who did the middle sized chair belong to?
  4. Where did the bears find Goldilocks asleep?
  5. Who did the biggest bowl of porridge belong to?




Talk to your family members about the questions - how many can you answer? 


Other exciting things you could do relating to this story...

  • Can you make some porridge at home and talk about it? Could you write sentences about what you did? What ingredients did you need?
  • Can you make stick puppets and act out the story with your parents/carers?
  • Talk about how the characters may have felt... How did baby bear feel when he found his chair broken? How may have Goldilocks felt when she woke up and saw three bears?
  • Have a teddy bears picnic in the park, garden or even in your house!


Have fun!! And remember to send any activities or work you complete into us via 

Goldilocks & The Three Bears



What The Ladybird Heard

During this Summer term our topic would have been all about farms! Below is another story read by Miss Hill - What The Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson. This story is all about different animals who live on the farm. 

Can you listen to the story then talk to your family about it...

  • What happened?
  • Where was the story set?
  • Who are the characters?
  • Do you like the story? Why?

Have a go at filling in the book review below (as always, if you do not have access to a printer at home, please just write these sentences out in your exercise book or on any other paper)



Can you draw a picture of your favourite animal from the farm and label it's features correctly?

Can you write any facts to go with it? For example; 'A duck lays eggs' 'A cow is black and white' 'A baby pig is called a piglet' etc.


Have fun and as always, please send us your work via twitter or email!
We miss you very much.


Miss Hill x


Here are some extra farm related activities below relating to all subjects - please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries regarding this work.

What The Ladybird Heard with Miss Hill

Another book by Julia Donaldson


Ready for Bed with Miss Hill

A book by Jane Johnson. Ideal bedtime story!



Tyrannosaurus Drip!

Here is another story read to you by Miss Hill. This story is called Tyrannosaurus Drip and it is written by Julia Donaldson.


Can you listen to the story then talk to your family about it...

  • What happened?

  • Where was the story set?

  • Who are the characters?

  • Do you like the story? Why?


There is a worksheet below you can complete if you have a printer at home, if not, just copy out the sentence starters into your books and try to finish the sentences yourselves.


REMEMBER... Capital letters! Finger spaces! Full stops!


There are also some different dinosaur related activities posted below. Please have a go and enjoy! 


We miss you all lots!
Miss Hill  x

Tyrannosaurus Drip with Miss Hill

Another fabulous book by Julia Donaldson :)



We love to rhyme!

Today's challenge is all about rhyming words!! These are words that sound the same.

Below is another YouTube video from Miss Hill reading you the story 'Stick Man' by Julia Donaldson. Within this story there are lots of rhyming words... Can you spot them as you listen along?


Challenge Time!

Can you list some rhyming words yourself in your exercise book from school?

Try and think of words that rhyme with these below...


  1. Fox
  2. Click
  3. Coin
  4. Coat
  5. High
  6. Chair
  7. Shark
  8. Bat
  9. Jam
  10. Tree


Please send us your completed rhyming words... and any extras you can think of for a SUPER challenge to us on twitter or via email to -


Attached below are also some documents which you can print or visualise on the tablet/laptop/computer to practice rhyming words. There are matching games, bingo and even poems with missing rhyming words! 


Have fun! laugh

Stick Man read by Miss Hill

Another one of our favourite books in EYFS by Julia Donaldson


Story time with Miss Hill

Quacky-quack-quack! Second story time video :)


Story time with Miss Hill!

Lost & Found - first story time video with Miss Hill.


Michael Rosen performs We're Going on a Bear Hunt For a quarter of a century, readers have been swishy-swashying and splash-sploshing through the award-winning favourite pictur...


James McAvoy - 'The Dinosaur that Pooped' (CBeebies Bedtime Stories)

James McAvoy reads The Dinosaur that Pooped a Planet and takes us on a space adventure with Danny and Dinosaur.


Funnybones- Bedtime Stories with Fi

In the first Funnybones book, we are introduced to the wonderful humour and fun of the much-loved characters- these funny skeletons are definitely not the sc...


Supertato- Bedtime Stories with Fi

Meet Supertato! He's always there for you when the chips are down. He's the superhero with eyes everywhere - but now there's a pea on the loose. A very, very...


Stuck by Oliver Jeffers A READ ALOUD

Stuck by Oliver Jeffers It all began when Floyd got his kite stuck in a tree... support the author, buy this book @-


The House That Jane Built read by Kiernan Shipka

The House That Jane Built is written by Tanya Lee Stone, illustrated by Kathryn Brown and read by Kiernan Shipka. This is the story of Jane Addams, the first...


David Walliams - Boogie Bear - Children's Bedtime Stories

David Walliams - Boogie Bear - Children's Bedtime Stories