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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

E is for egg, 'e', 'e', egg

This week we have been learning about the letter 'e' and the sound that 'e' makes.

E is for egg, elephant and elf.

We have been exploring snow and ice and using positional language.

We begin our phonics sessions by remembering the letters and sounds we have already learnt.

'B, b, ball'

Can you think of something that begins with the sound 'd'?


E is for egg.

We explored an egg.

First we cracked the egg.

The shell was hard and made a crunch sound when we cracked it.

"Look yellow!"

We took turns to whisk the egg.


We then cooked the egg and whisked it again to make scrambled egg.

Can you think of another food that begins with 'e'?


Christmas is fast approaching, we used our hands to make Christmas trees.

What else can you make using your hands? 

"Snow! I love snow!"

We created snow and drove our little cars through it.

We had a race to see who could melt the ice.

It has to be "really cold" to make ice.

We wrapped it in material and water started to appear as it melted.

We even blew on it to see if that would warm it up.

Can you think of anything else that melts?

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