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We have listened to lots of Bible stories in Class A this year. Most of them were about getting to know Jesus and some of the miracles He performed using God’s power. Which ones can you remember and which were your favourites?


1. Make a strong house for the pigs so the wolf can’t get in. You could use your building bricks or recycled materials!

2. Paint your favourite scene from the story.

3. Use the template to cut out and dress the pigs in some new clothes.

3 pigs cutting out.pdf

Understanding the World

Show me what you know about the summer!


1. Read the story of the three little pigs.

Three Little Pigs story.ppt

2. Make character puppets, draw, colour and cut out.

3. Make a map of the story.

4. Use the puppets to retell the story/ move around the map as you re-read the story.

5. Label the map using phonics.

6. Use the story sequence page to write your own version of the story or you could make up your own little book.



We are using all the graphemes we have learned in Phases 2 and 3, but we will be learning to read and write some 2 and 3 syllable words like wigwam, laptop, lightning. You can use the games on phonicsplay.co.uk to help with this. You can also practice reading and writing the tricky words from Phases 2, 3 and 4.


The next letters we are learning to write correctly are i, l and t.  Please make sure they sit on the line and have a small flick at the bottom.


We are told that the pigs in the story a little. This week we will be thinking about the sizes of different things! It is important that we can compare and describe the sizes of objects using words such as bigger, larger, taller, tallest, biggest, smaller, smallest, shorter, shortest, narrower, wider.

1. Can you draw the members of your family in height order and then compare them with each other, eg my brother is taller than…. Etc

2. Collect 3 or 4 of your toys and put them in size order, then compare them with each other.

3. Collect a sock from each member of your family and put them in order, then compare them with each other.

4. You can play these size games on the computer


5. If you have a printer you can use these to put into size order too!