Let's read some more traditional tales together. Today's story is
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
This is a story of a boy who planted a bean and it grew...and grew...and grew.
Do you remember when we planted bulbs at the beginning of Year 2 to decorate the outside area? They should be flowering by the time we can return to school.
Where do you think they lived?
on a boat
above a shop
in a cottage
Well done if you said a cottage. Let's watch the next part of the story.
How do you think Jack felt when he heard the loud voice?
That's right, Jack would have felt scared so he ran and hid. Are you ready for the next part of the story?
Can you remember the two things on the giant's table?
Fish and chips
A cat and dog
A hen and harp
Well done if you knew that it was a hen and a harp!! Let's watch the final part of the story together.
What did mum use to chop down the beanstalk?
Yes, that's right, an axe!
Your challenge today is to draw a picture of your favourite part of the story and write a sentence about what is happening. You could use the language from the story to help you.
Remember to make it your best picture then we can share it on the website for others to see.