What’s in the Egg, Little Pip? RH Homework

Our story next week will be ‘What’s in the Egg, Little Pip?’  Can you listen to the story and answer the questions?

Literacy:

Red Group and Orange Group. 

Little Pip was getting a new brother.  How do you think Little Pip felt?  Write a simple sentence saying how she felt.

Yellow Group

When the egg started to crack Little Pip said “All that work, for nothing.”  Why do you think Little pip said this?  Write a sentence to say why Little Pip said this.

Blue Group and Green Group

Little Pip wanted to go with mummy and said, “I’m too little to help. I’m still your baby.”  Why do you think Little Pip said this?  How do you think she was feeling?  What made her feel like this?  Write a sentence to say how she was feeling and why she was feeling like this.

Maths

Red Group and Orange Group

Can you draw an egg shape and decorate it.  What does that shape look like? Can you describe the shape of the egg?  What words would you use to describe the egg?

Yellow Group

Ask your grown-up if your can hold an egg.  What can you find in the house that is heavier?  What can you find in the house that is lighter?

Blue and Green Group

Ask your grown-up for an egg.  Be very careful and measure how tall and how wide it is.  Write your measurements on the blog.  What do you notice?

Challenge:

Can you and your grown-up blow and decorate an egg?  If you can and bring it in the best one will get a prize from Mr Harwood’s Prize box.

 

19 thoughts on “What’s in the Egg, Little Pip? RH Homework

  1. I think pip was fed up with the egg

    Maths
    Piece of bread is lighteer then egg
    Biscuit is lighter than egg
    Apple is heavier than egg

  2. Blue Group
    Why do you think Little Pip said this? How do you think she was feeling? What made her feel like this? Write a sentence to say how she was feeling and why she was feeling like this.
    Little Pip said this because she really wanted to go with her mummy. She was unhappy because her mummy left.

  3. Little Pip was wanted to go with mummy and said, “I am too little to help. I am still your baby” he said this because he wanted to go with his mummy but she did not let him. He was felt very sad.

    The egg size 3cm high
    2cm width

  4. Orange Group:

    I think Little Pip felt a little bit happy to have a little brother and a bit sad because he thinks his family is already perfect.

  5. Little pip said I’m stil you baby beacouse she want go with her mum .

    She was feeling so sad when her mum left .

    The egg is tall 5cm
    Wide 3cm

  6. Orange group
    when little pip was getting a new brother she felt confused and ignored at first she didn’t understand why her parents were so obsessed with the new egg,why they don’t play with her anymore she loved her family just the three of them but egg has taken over her place.but when the egg crack open pip was happy to meet her baby brother for the first time she even named him Sam
    The egg shape is oval it is very hard to describe i tried measuring it with my rule i couldn’t

    • Well done telling me how Pip was feeling using some super descriptive words. When you held the egg did it feel rough or smooth? Well done having a try to measure it. Did it keep rolling around?

  7. Little Pip wanted to go with mummy and said, “I’m too little to help. I’m still your baby he said this because he really wanted th go with his mummy but she did not let him.He was feeling really unhappy and Fed up . When his mum did not let him go with her he felt left out.

    The egg was 2cm tall
    The egg was 2 cm wide
    The egg was rolling it was hard for me to measure

    • Super work telling me all about how Pip was feeling when his mummy had to go fishing for food. Great work measuring the egg while it was rolling around. Which was the longest the length or the width?

  8. Little pip said “I am too little to help. I am still your baby.” because she wanted to go with mummy for fishing. Little pip was feeling very upset and sad when her mummy left.

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