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Hello, everyone, and welcome back to another RHE lesson, with me, Miss.


The title of today's lesson is "My Hobbies", things that you like to do.

One of my hobbies is going walking with my dog, Missy, but I don't think she likes it very much, she prefers sleeping.

Let's get started.

In today's lesson, you will need some paper, a pencil, and some coloured pencils, if you have them, but don't worry if you don't.

Pause the video to go and get those things, come back soon.

We will start today's lesson by thinking about the scrapbook that you might've made in the previous lessons, then we're going to read a story, After that, you'll think about your hobbies, things that you like to do, and finally, you will create a hobby chart.

Let's begin.

In each lesson we are going to add special memories to our scrapbook, things about you, the people you live with, maybe even your friendship groups that make you smile.

My scrapbook, I got a special letter from one of the children in my class.

She wrote a letter and she drew a picture for me, so I'm going to keep that in my scrapbook forever.

Pause the video now if you want to go and find your scrap book.

Today we're going to read a story called "Being Me!", written by me, Miss.


Once upon a time, there were a family of rabbits who lived in the woods.

Most of the rabbits enjoyed swimming, they even go to swimming lessons every Tuesday afternoon in the nearby pond, all but one rabbit, named Reggie.

He likes reading, he reads in the morning, he reads in the afternoon, he even reads before he goes to bed and when he's brushing his teeth.

The rabbits would tease Reggie and make fun of him because he didn't like going to swimming lessons every Tuesday.

When he was younger, his mom didn't take him swimming at all in the pond, they would just go reading in the nearby field, so he didn't like swimming much at all.

One sunny Tuesday afternoon, when all of his friends had gone to their swimming lessons, Reggie decided to go and sit under his favourite tree and read a story, all about a cheeky rabbit who would steal vegetables from a garden.

All of a sudden, another rabbit appeared next to him and they were reading their story.

10 minutes later, another rabbit came and they were reading too.

Reggie was confused and asked the rabbits what they were doing, and they replied, saying that they enjoyed reading, so could they sit with Reggie.

All of a sudden, Reggie had made new friends who had a similar interest to him.

He felt so happy again.

Reggie soon realised that he didn't need to go swimming just to keep his friends happy.

He realised that they could have different interests, and that was okay too.

By the end of the story, he'd made some new friends who also liked reading and shared a similar interest.

And that's just like real life, isn't it, children? You can have lots of friends and you don't all after like the same thing, as long as you're respectful to each other and maybe even show an interest in what they like doing.

That's the best way.

A hobby is something special that you enjoy doing.

It could be something you do at home or maybe in a group, for example, football, swimming, or Scouts.

Think about what you do that makes you happy? This is an example of my hobby chart to remind myself of all the things that I enjoy, my hobbies.

On a Monday, I enjoy walking.

On a Saturday, I like going shopping.

What do you enjoy? What are your hobbies? I bet you've got a few more than me.

Your task today is to create a hobby chart, just like I did.

First of all, you will draw yourself, then think about all of the hobbies that you enjoy.

Is it sports, horse riding, gaming, maybe even reading? Then you can write a sentence to describe your hobby and why you enjoy it.

You've worked really hard today, well done.

If you'd like to please ask your parents or carer to share your work on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, don't forget to tag Oak National and Learn with Oak.

See you soon.