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The Very Helpful Hedgehog

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Hedgehogs hunt for insects, eggs, frogs and even small mice to eat, but they don't use their eyes. They rely on their sense of hearing and smell to find their food because their eyesight isn't very good.

Wide-Awake Hedgehog by Rosie Wellesley (9781843653097 Wide-Awake Hedgehog by Rosie Wellesley (9781843653097

Armistice Day: A Collection of Remembrance - Spark Interest and Educate Children about Historical Moments Hello Yellow - 80 Books to Help Children Nurture Good Mental Health and Support With Anxiety and Wellbeing - Little brother’s holiday homework was to enjoy some stories about Autumn. We searched the bookshelf for picture books that made us think of Autumn & this one is perfect. Build a Hedgehog Hotel - Ideal for a home or setting with some garden space. This exciting activity gets children hands on outside, building a space that hedgehogs can use. It doesn't just teach them about looking after the environment, they can also use maths, teamwork and problem-solving skills to name a few!These early years hedgehog activities and resources give you a wide range of ideas and options for your day. Use them to get inspired for lesson planning, or for creating continuous provisions that children can explore on their own. Take a look through this collection to find our whole range, but a few of our favourites are: Top Tip: -Try adding words that use each week's/day's sound and build up a bank of decodable words.

Hedgehog Activities - Animals - Life Processes - Twinkl Hedgehog Activities - Animals - Life Processes - Twinkl

Help children differentiate between the emergency services and other local and community jobs. Discuss children’s understanding and experiences of ambulance/ fire/ police/ rescue services. They get their name from their chosen homes - hedges - and the grunting noises they make which sound a little like pigs. Older nursery children will practise writing their names by developing an effective pencil grip, learning the letter sounds s, a and try reading and writing them. Super sweet and charming!! Though the moral of "helping others" is often featured in kids books, this is by far one of the better showings of it I've come across. Read Dog Eat Dog. How do you think the mum would have felt about her kitchen being messed up? What about the dad when he realises his lettuces have been eaten?! What do you do if someone messes your stuff up? Discuss hurt feelings and being upset, and how we cope with these emotions: forgiveness, making up, saying you still love someone.

Expressive Art and Design: Painting their own self-portraits to think about how we are all special and decorating Elmer the elephant with different resources of their own choice.

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