What’s in the Egg, Little Pip? RP 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.  Don’t forget to use a capital letter, finger spaces, full stops and check that it makes sense.

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 our prize box.

 

31 thoughts on “What’s in the Egg, Little Pip? RP Homework

  1. Pip was the baby and still wanted to be the baby of the family,she was upset because mummy and daddy were caring more for the egg,but when the baby brother came she was happy and welcomed the baby brother.

    Egg measurement
    5cm tall 3cm wide
    Its is oval and got a shell on it.

  2. Little pip was feeling sad and upset because mummy and daddy were giving all the attention to the egg. Little pip wanted her mummy and daddy to know she was still little and the baby of the family.

    I measured the egg at home and it is 6cm tall and 4 cm wide. The egg is very cold and an oval shape.

  3. Pip thought that this egg cant be her brother or a sister.
    A biscuit is lighter than the egg.And my toy car is heavier than the egg.

  4. Little Pip said all that work for nothing, when the Egg started to crack because,Little Pip worked hard to protect the Egg from breaking.
    Maths
    A tin of Milk is heavier than an Egg.
    A Toy car is heavier than an Egg.
    A glass of water heavier than an Egg.
    A Teddy Bear is heavier than an Egg.
    A Pencil is lighter than an Egg.
    A piece of Paper is lighter than an Egg.

  5. Little Pip thought that the egg was broken and he said all that work for nothing.
    The egg is a little bit heavy. The remote is a bit more heavy than the egg. The sock is lighter than the egg.

  6. Little pip was feeling sad because mummy and daddy were caring over the egg and she wanted them to know the she was still the baby.

    I measured the egg with my sister.

    It was 5cm tall and 3cm wide.

    The egg was hard, cold and it had red writing on it.

  7. Little pip wanted mum and dad to stop fussing over the egg and give her attention as she felt that she was still small and that was just an egg. An egg is round and small. They are made for hatching.

  8. Pip was not sure because he didn’t want a brother because he couldn’t do any thing with his family .Pip said this so he can go with his mum.

    Me and my mum measured a egg and it was 3 inches .

  9. Little Pip couldn’t help mummy because she thought mummy and daddy were fussing over the egg. Little Pip was sad she wanted mummy to know she was still a baby.
    Maths: The egg is 5 1/2cm tall and 2 1/2cm wide. The egg is very tall.

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