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Max is a hedgehog who lives with his family in a nice little home, but it’s on the wrong side of the road from the park where there’s a beautiful lily pond and plenty of juicy slugs, worms, and snails!
His bravery and determination made him try again and again and it's his not giving up that makes him such an inspiring little hedgehog-hero. Using this Extracting Information KS1 Lesson Pack, inspired by Dick King-Smith's 'The Hodgeheg', children will briefly summarise the story and discuss what they already know about hedgehogs. In this third lesson of this series, your class will learn how to make their report writing more exciting for the reader.With planning, differentiated activities and slides for your input, this lesson pack has everything you need to teach a successful English lesson. In this series of 6 lessons, packed with the Hodgeheg activities, your Year 2 class will look at some examples of non-chronological reports about animals including field mice and red squirrels, and explore the features of this genre of writing. This story is written in a very comical manner, and the adventures of a very determined little 'hodgeheg'. However, the main message of this book is that determination is important if you want to succeed; an important value that all young children should be led to consider. Dick lived with his wife in a small 17th-century cottage, about three miles from the house where he was born.
Still determined to fulfil his mission, Max discovers the best way to cross the road – with the help of the lollipop lady and some careful detective work .It talks about all the do’s and don’ts while crossing the road, and also different types of aiders like lollipop man, traffic lights or zebra crossing.