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Friday 15th January

  • Tell the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears using words and actions. Don't forget to use your story map to help. You should be getting confident now! 

 

  • Listen to Miss Purcell reading the Goldilocks story below.

 

  • Have a go at writing a simple version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. You can do this straight onto paper, you could make a mini book using paper or you can use one of the templates attached below. You can use the word mat to help you with some of the key words from the story. For the other words try to sound them out using your phonics and write the sounds you can hear. Please upload a picture of your work to Tapestry for me to see. 

 

*Parents* The length your child writes will depend upon their own individual abilities and skills. Some children might want to write one sentence or two, some children might be very motivated and wish to write more. I am NOT expecting to see pages and pages of writing. A couple of simple sentences is fine. Let your child choose which parts they write. They might write something along the lines of: 'Goldilocks went in the Bear's house. She ate the porridge. She ran away'. or 'The porridge was too hot. The bears went for a walk. Goldilocks fell asleep! The bears came back.' Please remember that words do not have to spelt correctly. Encourage your child to sound the words out and write the sounds they can hear. For example, for the word 'bear', your child might write 'ber', or for 'porridge' they might write 'porij'. This is fine and is what I expect to see, words do not have to be spelt correctly, however you may wish to show them the correct spelling alongside. 

Goldilocks and the Three Bears Story

Another version of the story for you to listen to if you wish!

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