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English Planning



LI: To retell events in the story Jack and Jill went up the hill.

Read the PowerPoint of Jack and Jill went up the Hill. Ask questions from the story.

  • sequence the nursery rhyme in the correct order (see Jack and Jill sequencing worksheet). Discuss each picture.
  • Comprehension activity: answer questions about the story. Circle the right answer.




LI: To retell events in the story Humpty Dumpty.


Read the PowerPoint of Humpty Dumpty. Ask questions from the PowerPoint.

Choose activities appropriate for you child.

Hard: Sequence the story of Humpty Dumpty and write a sentence to go with each of the pictures.

Medium: Sequence the story of Humpty Dumpty and copy-write the sentences to go with the pictures.

Easy: Sequence the story of Humpty Dumpty. Choose your favourite picture and copy-write the sentence to go with your picture.










LI: To describe animals from the Old Mc Donald song.


Use the PowerPoint and backing track to sing the song of Old MacDonald Had A Farm. Ask questions about which animals there were in the song.

Choose worksheets appropriate for your child.

  • Hard: write a sentence to go with each farm animal.
  • Medium: write the names of the animals.
  • Easy: copy-write or over-write the animal words. (see the worksheets)




LI: To identify key words/rhymes in a poem.


Read Pat a cake nursery rhyme. Encourage your child to join in reading/verbalising key words from the rhyme.

Read it again. Pause before reading the rhyming word (every other verse) and invite your child to identify the missing rhyme.

  • Easy task: Identify rhymes from the list (see I can identify these words in the poem worksheet).
  • Medium: Identify missing rhymes or think of your own words/phrases to complete the missing verses. (see the worksheet Pat a cake missing rhymes).
  • Hard: write down rhyming words from the poem. See the worksheet:

I can identify these rhymes.

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