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Whatever Next story sack resources
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Whatever Next story sack resources

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The pack includes: Display resources Banner- a long colourful banner for your display Display border- a starry border for you to print out as many times as you need to use on a display board of any size Characters- large coloured pictures of the characters in the story ‘Whatever Next’ to add to your display Story words- as set of word cards with words relating to the story- great to add to your display or use on your writing area Story questions- a set of decorated cards with questions about the story Role play/ story props Face masks Puppets- coloured stick puppets to make Sequencing pictures- pictures to sequence when retelling the story Literacy A4 word card Star alphabet line- a bright alphabet line to print out and display Worksheets- various worksheets including a book review, writing and drawing about a favourite part of the story, drawing what happens next etc. Writing pages- four photocopiable sheets with borders for the children to write about the story or to include in your writing area Acrostic poem- an acrostic poem worksheet to write a poem about Space Numeracy Moon boot number line- count in twos on the coloured boots Owl number line- a number line to 50 on owls Worksheets- fill in the missing numbers, count the number of stars and addition sums on stars Counting cards- cards with numbers to 20 and the corresponding number of stars for the children to count Rocket countdown posters- a set of posters from 5-0 with Baby Bears rocket Power points Story questions- answer the questions about the story and click on the correct answer Colour boots- reveal the coloured moon boots and then read the colour words and click on the correct one Counting Power point- count the number of stars on each page and click on the correct answer Art and craft Design a rocket- design your own rocket for travelling to the moon Puppets- colour and make your own puppets for retelling the story Face masks- colour the face masks Colouring pictures- various pictures to colour Picnic on the moon- create your own picnic to take to the moon Games to make and play Matching pairs- match up the patterned moon boots Picture bingo- a colourful bingo game to make and play Number dominoes- match the number to the stars Rocket dice game- roll two dice and add the numbers together and cover the rocket on your card Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the authors or publishers of the story, or any related stories or products.
Oi! Get Off Our Train story pack- endangered animals- KS1, KS2
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Oi! Get Off Our Train story pack- endangered animals- KS1, KS2

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A great resource pack to use with the story ‘Oi! Get Off Our Train’ by John Burningham. Contains: Banner Display border Character cards Story words Story question cards for display Word and picture flash cards Photos of the animals Face masks for retelling the story Stick puppets to make Sequencing pictures Small world background A4 word card Various worksheets Speech bubble worksheets Endangered animals worksheets Writing pages Phoneme train for the Letters and Sounds scheme Design a new book cover worksheet Animal number line Various maths worksheets Kites odd and even number line Pictures to colour Animal jigsaws Matching pairs game Picture bingo game
The Smartest Giant in Town story resources
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The Smartest Giant in Town story resources

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A bumper resource pack for the story 'The Smartest Giant in Town' Display banner- a long colourful banner for your display Display border- a colourful themed border to print out as many times as you need for a display board of any size Word cards- words on decorated cards relating to the story Title poster- an A4 poster with title, author and illustrators name Word and picture flashcards- colourful cards with the different clothes to add to a display or writing area A4 word card- an A4 word card with words and pictures for the children to use when writing about the story Clothes alphabet- a lovely alphabet line on colourful clothes Writing sheets- a set of writing sheets with borders for the children to write on and use in the writing area Speech bubble worksheets- fill in the speech bubbles to show what the characters are saying Word searches- two word searches with words from the story to find Write about the story- write sentences about the different pictures Diary- write George’s diary Questions worksheets- write some questions you would like to ask the Giant Labelling and matching worksheets- label the clothes and animals, write the missing words, Match the clothing to the correct animal and fill in the initial letters Letter writing- write a letter to the Giant Thank you letters and cards- write some letters from the animals to thank the Giant Sequencing worksheet- cut and stick the story pictures in the correct order What happens next- draw and write what happens next in the story Number line- a number line to 50 Missing number worksheets- fill in the missing numbers on the shoes plus a blank worksheet so you can differentiate Size ordering worksheets- order the giants by size- in colour and also black and white Dot to dots- three different sheets with numbers from 1-10, 1-15 and 1-20 Colour by numbers- colour the pictures using the numbers Repeating patterns- copy and continue the patterns on the ties Matching pairs- match the ties with the same patterns Bingo- a colourful bingo game to find all the clothes for your board the first Dice game- throw a die to collect the parts of the picture first Design a tie- design a new tie for the giant to wear Tracing ties- various patterns on tie to trace over the dotty lines Draw new clothes- draw a new outfit for the giant Finish the picture- draw the missing parts of the different pictures Stick puppets- colour and make your own stick puppet giant and the other characters in the story Face masks- a set of coloured face masks to use when retelling the story or making up new stories Stick puppets- coloured stick puppets to use when retelling the story
Pumpkin Soup story resource pack- Halloween, Autumn, Halloween story
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Pumpkin Soup story resource pack- Halloween, Autumn, Halloween story

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This pack is designed to be used with the story ‘Pumpkin Soup’ by Helen Cooper which is a lovely story for Autumn about sharing and working together. The pack includes: Display banner- a long colourful banner with a picture of the characters Story word cards- great to add to a display or use in the writing area Display border- A themed display border to print out as many times as you need for a display board of any size Title poster- An A4 sized poster with the title on and author/ illustrator Picture flashcards- Flashcards with words and pictures of the props and characters Story questions- colourful cards for a display with questions about the story Colour face masks- of the characters in the story- great to use foretelling the story or for making up new stories Colour puppets- make your own stick puppets of the characters in the story to retell the story or make up your own stories An A4 word card with pictures- great to use when writing about the story Speech bubbles worksheets- three different worksheets for children to fill in the speech bubbles and then colour the picture Worksheet- write a book review about the book Alphabet line- an alphabet line on wooden spoons Writing sheets- various worksheets with borders to use for writing activities or in the writing area My favourite part of the story- a worksheet to draw and write about their favourite part of the story A number line- a colourful number line on pumpkins Counting cards up to 10- count the number of pumpkins on each cards- these could also be used for number ordering Pumpkin missing numbers- differentiated worksheets to fill in the missing numbers on the pumpkins Number worksheets- colour in the correct number of objects- 2 different worksheets Five little pumpkins rhyme- a rhyme card for this counting rhyme, rhyme props to use when singing the rhyme and face masks to make Stick puppets- make your own character stick puppets for retelling the story Face masks- colour and decorate the face masks for retelling the story or making up your own stories Tracing pictures- trace over the dotty lines and colour Colouring pictures- pictures of the characters and some scenes to colour Pumpkin recipes- a collection of recipe cards Draw the scene- draw the scene through the window of the old white cabin Games to make and play Letter matching pairs- find the lower and upper case matching pairs on the pumpkins- plus an ideas sheet for further activities Find the caterpillars- choose cards to see how many caterpillars you have found hiding in the pumpkin patch Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the authors or publishers of the story, or any related stories or products.
Bumper maths resource for Early Years- EYFS, Foundation stage
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Bumper maths resource for Early Years- EYFS, Foundation stage

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The pack includes: An odd and even number line on red and green apples from 0-50 A clothes line number line with numbers on clothes up to 50 - great to use in the outdoor area A fun number line on cute Gingerbread people Ladybird spot cards- Large cards with ladybirds with different numbers of spots from 0-10 A 2D shape bingo game Number bingo with numbers from1-5 on colourful kites Number bingo with numbers from 1-10 on frogs A number fan to make and use with the children A shape fan to make with 2D shapes A cute owl number line Rocket cards up to 20 with the number and the corresponding amount of stars in the sky on each card A spotty bingo game with spots on the ladybirds from 1-5 An A4 counting mat with numbers and stars from 1-10 Numbered footprints- great to use in the outdoor area or taped onto the floor inside for the children to count as they make the steps Individual number lines- a collection of number lines from 1-10 and 1-20 with different pictures Bead patterns for the children to copy and continue Dice games- throw a 1-6 die and colour the correct picture on the sheet or cover the picture on the coloured game card Further dice games- as above but the children use two dice and add the numbers together Counting dominoes- large dominoes with pictures and numbers Tracing worksheets- trace the numbers on each sheet and colour the correct number of objects each time- there are 20 sheets which could be made into number books for the children to complete Large display numbers up to 10 with the corresponding number of objects on each number- these are provided in colour and also black and white and look great hanging across the classroom Number bunting up to 100- this looks great in the outside area
Titanic topic pack- Powerpoint lessons, worksheets and display materials
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Titanic topic pack- Powerpoint lessons, worksheets and display materials

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A set of 6 Powerpoint lessons with worksheets and teaching resources for each lesson. 1- Life in the 1900’s- giving an overview of life at the time of the maiden voyage of The Titanic including leisure, travel etc with a worksheet for the children to fill in what they know about The Titanic and what they want to find out. 2- Building the Titanic- looking at who built the Titanic and where it was built with worksheets looking at advertising posters. 3- Life on board the Titanic- what was the accommodation like for the different classes, what activities could be done on board- with worksheets to label different parts of the ship, researching different passengers, describing rooms and comparing the rooms of the different classes. 4- The maiden voyage of The Titanic- Looking at the route the Titanic took, icebergs, the survivors and victims and why it sunk. Worksheets including mapping the route, writing diary entries, newspaper reports and writing postcards. 5- Timeline- pages to view as a Powerpoint or print to create a timeline for display including worksheets to sequence events, writing activities and sequencing statements. 6- The discovery of the Titanic- looking at equipment used to explore the wreck and looking at artefacts found. Also includes: Display materials including word cards, display banner and fact cards Photographs for display and discussion A crossword Writing pages with themed borders An acrostic poem writing activity An A4 word mat with word relating to the Titanic and the crew A fact and fiction worksheet to sort the statements Newspaper reports from the time and posters advertising the Titanic for use on displays and discussion
Dear Zoo story resource pack- story sack
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Dear Zoo story resource pack- story sack

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The pack includes: Display banner- a long colourful banner for your display Display border- a colourful themed border to print out as many times as you need for a display board of any size Word cards- words relating to the story Animal and crate flashcards- colourful cards to add to a display Cover picture- a poster of the picture from the book cover Animal photos- coloured photos of the different animals in the story Question cards- questions relating to the story- great to add to your display or to use as prompts during literacy A4 word card- an A4 word card with words and pictures for the children to use when writing about the story Animal alphabet- a lovely alphabet line on coloured animals from the story Writing sheets- a set of writing sheets with animal pictures and lines below- these are in both colour and black and white Word searches- two word searches with words from the story to find Worksheets- a collection of worksheets about the story including match the clue to the animal, match the animal to the name, writing words to describe the animals and writing warning labels for the crates and boxes Crate tags and labels- make your own warning signs for the animal crates Crossword- solve the clues to find the words to complete the crossword Escaped animal posters- different worksheets to draw and write about animals escaped from the zoo Animal crates number line Size ordering worksheets Counting cards Dot to dot worksheets Worksheets- various worksheets with addition sums, subtraction sums and counting the animals Blank maths worksheets Matching pairs/ snap game Dominoes game Bingo- collect all of the pictures for your board in this colourful game Build a Zoo- spin the spinner and collect the animals needed for your zoo but make sure your animals don’t escape through the open gate! Tracing sheets Face masks- colour and decorate the animals face masks Colouring pictures Rhymes and songs- a collection of rhymes and songs on decorated sheets to learn Workbook cover Stick puppets to make Sequence pictures Large pictures- these are great to hold up with a whole class for retelling the story Book sized pictures- these can be used for retelling the story or creating your own flap book Animal and word matching- match the animals to the descriptive words Story sack labels Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the authors or publishers of the story, or any related stories or products.
The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch story resource pack- Powerpoints, games, literacy, story telling
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The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch story resource pack- Powerpoints, games, literacy, story telling

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A great resource pack to accompany the lovely children’s book ‘The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch’ by Ronda Armitage. Banner- a long colourful display banner Display borders- colourful borders to print out as many times as you need for a display board of any size A4 word card- great to use when writing about the story Story words- decorated words relating to the story-great to use on a display or in the writing area Question cards-with questions about the story Title page- a colourful page with the title, author and illustrator of the story Picture and word cards Photos- of different lighthouses- great for displays and discussion Food display cards- colourful cards showing the different foods that Mrs Grinling put into the basket Worksheets- various worksheets about the story such as thinking of ways to trick the seagulls, favourite meals, drawing parts of the story etc Number line- A number line on lighthouses Height lighthouses- order the different lighthouses in size order Counting worksheets- count the number of seagulls and write the number in the boxes- a version for numbers up to 5 and for up to 10 Face masks- coloured masks to make and use when retelling the story or making new stories Story props- large coloured props to use when retelling the story Puppets- stick puppets to make of Mr Grinling, Mrs Grinling, Hamish the cat and the seagulls Lighthouses- all about lighthouses and what they are used for Maths- count the number of seagulls on each page and click on the correct answer Story Powerpoint- answer the questions about the story and click on the correct answer Phonemes on seagulls- all of the phonemes from the Letters and Sounds scheme on seagulls- these look great on a display of paper ‘rocks’ Speech bubble worksheets Book review- write about the story and draw a picture Worksheets-various worksheets about the story and characters Word search- two different word searches with words relating to the story Flying seagull- cut out and assemble a seagull which can be hung from the ceiling to make a flock of seagulls Lighthouse- cut out and rearrange the lighthouse parts before sticking them onto your page Colouring pictures- a collection of pictures to colour of the characters, food in the story, seaside scenes etc Moving basket sheet- use a split pin to make the basket move from the cottage to the lighthouse Make a basket- make a 3D basket and then draw some food to cut out and add to the basket Face masks Bingo- a colourful picture bingo game Dominoes Dice game- roll a die and cover the correctly numbered seagull Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the author or publishers of the story or any related stories or products.
Duck in the Truck story pack- rhyming words
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Duck in the Truck story pack- rhyming words

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A great pack for the story ‘Duck in the Truck’ by Jez Alborough. Great for teaching about the book or making into a story sack. Contains: Display banner Story word cards Display border Story poster Picture flashcards Story question cards for display Face masks for retelling the story in colour and black and white Stick puppets to make A4 word card with pictures Speech bubble worksheets Alphabet line Book review worksheet Writing sheets Rhyming words worksheet Favourite part of the story worksheet Number line Missing numbers worksheets Counting worksheets Tracing pictures Cut and assemble the truck worksheet Cut and stick rhyme worksheet Colouring pictures Board game Matching pairs game Rhyming bingo game
Light and Dark topic pack
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Light and Dark topic pack

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Light and Dark Also contains resources for ‘The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark’ and ‘Nocturnal animals’. The pack includes: 1.A long colourful display banner for ‘Light and Dark’ 2.A long display banner for ‘Night and Day’ 3.A bingo game to find the light sources for your board the first 4.Picture and word flashcards 5.An A4 word card 6.Topic words on light bulbs 7.Colour photos of different light sources 8.A PowerPoint about light and dark and different sources of light 9.Pictures to sort of different man-made and natural sources of light 10. Photos of different reflections 11. Photos of the dark showing different lights and the moon and stars 12. Photos of the day showing different things we often see in the day such as rainbows and white clouds 13. Large lettering from A-Z in both lower and upper case with mini light bulbs on each letter- great to create a large alphabet line or to create any display titles 14. Shadow puppet templates 15. Animal sorting pictures and backgrounds to sort the animals into those that come out in the day and at night 16. Play dough mats- a collection of mats to use in the play dough area with a light theme 17. A board game to make and play- children need to decide when they land on a picture if it is an activity which happens during the day, night or both- a great game for discussion 18. Word searches 19. Various writing sheets with borders 20. Various worksheets- sort the pictures into light and dark, write about different pictures, draw the light sources etc The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark 1.A long display banner 2.Various worksheets about the characters and the story 3.Writing worksheets with borders 4.Story words- decorated cards to print with words relating to the story 5.A story sack tag 6.Large lettering from A-Z in both lower and upper case with moons, stars and flying owls on each letter 7.Speech bubble worksheets- write what the owls are saying to each other and what the characters in the story are saying 8.An alphabet line on owls 9.A number line to 50 on stars 10. Colouring pictures of owls and the characters in the story 11. Sequencing pictures- coloured and black and white pictures to sequence 12. Owl puppets to make- these are provided in colour and black and white 13. Owl masks in colour and black and white 14. A night time bingo game relating to the ideas in the story 15. Flashcards of the different night time activities Nocturnal animals 1.Colourful posters of different nocturnal animals 2.Colour photos of nocturnal
Tiddler the Story Telling Fish story sack resources
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Tiddler the Story Telling Fish story sack resources

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The pack includes: DISPLAY Display banners- 2 colourful banner to print over 2 A4 pages- one with ‘Tiddler’ and the other with ‘Tiddler The story-telling fish’ Display border Word cards- words relating to the story- great to add to a display or in the writing area Word and picture flashcards Character posters- a set of colourful posters showing different fish in the story with their names Fish facts- simple facts about fish Colour photos- A4 photos to print out and display showing some underwater scenes and fish Title poster LITERACY A4 word card- an A4 word card with words and pictures for the children to use when writing about the story Shell alphabet Writing sheets- a set of writing sheets with borders for the children to write on and use in the writing area Speech bubble worksheets Word searches Worksheets- a collection of worksheets about the story and characters including initial letter sounds, labelling the creatures, list worksheet, my favourite sea creature, writing a new fishy tale, missing poster NUMERACY Fish number line- a number line to 50 on colourful fish Missing number worksheets- fill in the missing numbers on the shells plus a blank worksheet so you can differentiate Counting worksheets Telling the time- a collection of clock posters showing the times mentioned in the story Counting cards Repeating patterns- draw the next sea creature to complete the repeating patterns GAMES Dominoes Magnetic fishing game- make the 3D fish tank and take it in turns to catch fish plus ideas for different activities Picture bingo ACTIVITIES Tracing sheets- trace the patterns on the fish Stick puppets Face masks Fish templates Story worksheets- various worksheets to draw different things, match pictures to speech bubbles and draw underwater scenes Play dough mats- make the correct number of fish on each card Colouring STORY TELLING Sequence pictures Face masks Sequencing worksheets- cut and stick the pictures in the correct order Story telling props Stick puppets Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the authors or publishers of the story, or any related stories or products.
Jesus' Christmas Party story resource pack- nativity
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Jesus' Christmas Party story resource pack- nativity

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Jesus’ Christmas Party This pack has been produced to accompany the story of ‘Jesus’ Christmas Party’ by Nicholas Allan- a lovely story about the birth of Jesus. The pack includes: 1. A long colourful display banner 2. Question cards with questions about the story 3. Word cards- great for a display or to add to the writing area 4. Face masks in colour and black and white of the different characters in the story 5. Colour pictures to sequence to use when retelling the story 6. A sequencing worksheet 7. Puppets to make of the characters in the story- these are in colour and black and white 8. Design a crown for one of the Kings 9. Design a gift that you would give to baby Jesus 10. Make a 3D angel- this is provided in colour and black and white 11. Writing worksheets with pictures and lines below to write about the story 12. Writing pages with black and white borders to photocopy and add to the writing area 13. An alphabet line on angels 14. A number line to 50 on stars 15. A collection of activity play dough mats to make extra parts of the picture 16. A bingo game with pictures of the characters in ‘Jesus’ Christmas Party’ 17. A colourful matching pairs game to make and play 18. A dice game to roll one or two dice and colour the angel with the correct number 19. An A4 word mat- great to use when writing about the story 20. A collection of colouring pictures 21. A 3D nativity scene to make- this is provided in colour and black and white 22. Word and picture flash cards 23. A worksheet to draw the different characters in the stable 24. A worksheet to cut and stick the characters on the stable scene according to the initial letters 25. A board game to make and play- ‘Follow that star’ follow the path of stars to see which wise man reaches the stable first Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the authors or publishers of the story, or any related stories or products.
George's Marvellous Medicine novel study- worksheets, display materials- ROALD DAHL
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George's Marvellous Medicine novel study- worksheets, display materials- ROALD DAHL

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A bumper pack of resources for George’s Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl including: Display banner- a long colourful banner to print for your display Display borders- two different borders- one with different bottles and the other showing the different character A George’s Marvellous Medicine quiz- 30 questions for the quiz master to choose from with answers and a quiz recording sheet Word searches- 2 different word searches with words about the story Question cards- decorated question cards to use on your display Large ingredient pictures- large colourful bottles labelled with all of the ingredients George used for his marvellous medicine Character posters- a colour picture of each character and their name Story words- decorated cards with words relating to the story A4 word card- with words relating to the story and the character names- great to use when writing about the story Various decorated worksheets including: Book review- write a book review about ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine Letter writing- write a letter to the farmers from Mr Kranky telling them all about the marvellous medicine Newspaper articles- various outlines for reporting about the giant animals on the farm Character profiles Design a poster- design some colourful posters to advertise the marvellous medicine to farmers Character writing- various sheets to write about each of the main characters Question worksheets Writing sheets- various decorated sheets with borders to photocopy and use for writing activities Grandma’s view- draw and write about Grandma’s view from the roof of the house Marvellous medicine- write about a different effect of the medicine New story ending- Think of a different ending to the story of George’s Marvellous Medicine Instruction writing- write instructions for making the marvellous medicine Medicine effects- Draw the chickens after the medicine experiments Label the jar- Design an exciting label for the bottle of marvellous medicine What were George’s thought- draw and write the different things George wanted to do to Grandma Mixing pot chant- write your own chant to say when the mixture is stirred Describing worksheet- describe what happened to Grandma after she was given the medicine Shopping list- write a shopping list for ingredients for the medicine George’s life- Write two diary entries by George- one when Grandma lived with hem and the other when Grandma had disappeared My marvellous medicine- write about your own marvellous medicine and what is in it and what it does Character facts- write three facts about each character Order the statements- cut and order the different parts of the story Write your own story- make up your own marvellous medicine story
This is the Bear story sack resources
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This is the Bear story sack resources

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The pack includes: A large display banner 'This is the Bear' with pictures of the characters Colour characters from the story- (these have been hand drawn by myself and are not printed from the book) Black and white characters from the story- great for display, art work and retelling the story Black and white and colour face masks of the man, boy, bear and dog. These are great for retelling the story or making up their own story An A4 book information sheet with title, author etc A colourful display border- print this as many times as you like to border a display board of any size Alphabet cards with a picture of the bear and upper and lower case letters Black and white fingers puppets to colour and make Various 'LOST' posters to suit different abilities of children A 'This is the Bear' themed matching pairs game Question cards with questions relating to the story of 'This is the Bear' Words relating to the 'This is the Bear' story An A4 word mat with words relating to the story- great for writing about the story
The Very Busy Spider story sack pack
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The Very Busy Spider story sack pack

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The pack includes: DISPLAY Display banner- a long colourful banner for your display Display border- a themed display border to print out as many times as you need for a display board of any size Word cards Large coloured posters- colourful animal posters to print out and use on a display Question cards- questions on decorated cards about the story to use as prompts or to add to a display LITERACY Alphabet- an alphabet line on spiders and webs Writing sheets- a set of writing sheets with borders for the children to write on and use in the writing area Match the initial sounds- cut and stick the pictures onto the webs with different letters Worksheets- match the animals to the correct name and write the initial sounds of the different animals Beginning, middle and end worksheet- draw the web at different parts of the story NUMERACY Number line Counting book- draw the correct number of spiders on the webs on each page Roll and colour- roll a die and colour the corresponding spider- an independent activity or use to play a game Counting cards- count the spiders on the webs UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD Spider fact book- find out simple facts about spiders and make your own book Fact cards- fact cards about spiders for your display Colour photos Spider questions- answer simple questions about real spiders Power Point- a power point with simple facts about spiders GAMES Picture bingo Collect the flies- how many flies can you find on each spider web- the winner is the player who finds the most! ACTIVITIES Stick puppets Face masks Colouring- a collection of colouring worksheets Spider web maze- find your way to the centre of the spider web Cut and make a spider- cut out the spider body parts and reassemble Spider hat- make a spider hat with dangly zig-zag legs Handprint spiders- print your own spider pictures Spin a web- ideas for creating your own spider web Tracing picture- trace over the dotted web picture and then draw some spiders STORY TELLING Sequence pictures- a set of coloured pictures to use when retelling the story Face masks- a set of coloured face masks to use when retelling the story or making up new stories Stick puppets- coloured stick puppets to use when retelling the story Story sack tag- a tag to add to your story telling sack Sequence worksheet- order the pictures to retell the story Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the authors or publishers of the story, or any related stories or products.
Police role play pack
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Police role play pack

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A bumper pack full of posters, signs, flashcards, pictures and writing opportunities to set up a role play area of a Police Station The pack includes: · A large colourful display banner · Large A4 size letters of 'Police Station' - a great alternative for the role play area · Large policeman and policewoman picture · Large colour pictures of different things used by the police such as hats, whistle, handcuffs · Topic word and picture cards · A checked border which can be used on display and the police station notice boards · A clock to make to display in the police station · A number line to 50 on police helmets · An alphabet line on police traffic cones- great to use in your outside area · A plain police traffic cone- great for use in the outside area-laminate and attach to a block for the children to place where it is needed · Police warning tape- laminate this and make into strips for the children to place around crime scenes · Signs for your police station including 'Interview room', 'cells', 'store cupboard' etc. · Dial 999 poster to display in your police station · Police badges to make · Police hats to make Writing resources: · An A4 incident book to make with cover and pages- this is in both colour and black and white · A small incident book for the police officers to carry around with them · An A4 prisoner book to make with cover and pages- this is in both colour and black and white · Crime reporting forms · Police identity cards · Various wanted posters to draw and write on · Five different writing pages-these can be used in the role play area and also for topic work · Emergency message sheets · Finger print forms · Note and message pages · A speeding ticket- great to use in the outdoor play area with the vehicles The posters, signs and pictures will create a motivating and colourful role play area either inside your classroom or in your outside area which will encourage the children to further their vocabulary and language and encourage writing for different purposes.
Each Peach Pear Plum story resource pack- posters, literacy, numeracy, nursery rhymes
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Each Peach Pear Plum story resource pack- posters, literacy, numeracy, nursery rhymes

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A bumper resource pack for the popular story ‘Each Peach Pear Plum'. The pack includes: DISPLAY Display banner- a long colourful banner for your display Display border- a colourful display border or branches and leaves to print out as many times as you need for a display board of any size Word cards- words on leaves relating to the story Character flashcards- coloured pictures of each of the characters in the story and their names Large leaves, fruit and trees- use these to create extra display borders, displays etc Character posters- A4 sized posters of each character and their name LITERACY A4 word card- an A4 word card with words and pictures for the children to use when writing about the story Leaves alphabet- a lovely alphabet line on leaves Writing sheets- a set of writing sheets with borders for the children to write on and use in the writing area Speech bubble worksheets- fill in the speech bubbles to show what the characters are saying Character letters- write a letter from each of the characters in the story ‘I Spy’ initial sounds display- create a colourful display with A4 card with ‘I spy something beginning with…’ and a collection of A-Z pictures to hide behind leaves on the display for the children to spot the object Nursery rhyme posters- coloured posters with some of the rhymes from the story Nursery rhyme sequencing- cut up the sentences from the nursery rhymes and order Rhyming word worksheet MATHS Tree number line- a number line to 50 on colourful fruit trees Counting cards- count the objects from 1-10 Size ordering worksheets- order the character props by size- in colour and also black and white Counting worksheets- count the number of fruit and leaves Number book- make your own number book for numbers from 1-10 by drawing the correct number of objects on each page GAMES Picture bingo- collect the characters and props for your bingo board I spy game- spin the letter spinner and be the first to spot a picture starting with that sound Rhyming pairs- find the matching rhyming pairs ART & CRAFT Picture jigsaws Tracing sheets Stick puppets I spy mini book- draw objects starting with the correct initial sound on each page Face masks- colour and decorate the face masks Play dough mats Matching worksheet Colouring sheets STORY TELLING Sequence pictures- a set of coloured pictures to use when retelling the story Face masks Stick puppets Large character and prop pictures to match Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the authors or publishers of the story, or any related stories or products.
Fire Station role play resource- People who help us, Fire fighter
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Fire Station role play resource- People who help us, Fire fighter

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A bumper pack with lots of forms, signs and pictures to set up a role play area of a Fire Station. The pack is great for use in the EYFS and also within KS1 and KS2 enabling you to print out the resources again and again. The resources would also be great for parents or child-minders to create their own role play area at home and for nurseries and playgroups. The pack includes: Large letters to display in your role play area of 'Fire Station' (these are not shown in the photo) A large banner saying 'Fire Station' Word and picture cards with words relating to fire stations such as helmet, fire engine, ladder etc Large A4 size pictures of objects relating to the fire service-great for display in your role play area or when learning about 'People who help us' Lots of different forms to encourage writing in the role play area such as incident forms, equipment forms, forms for taking emergency phone call messages etc Signs to display in your 'fire station' such as reception, fire exit, signs showing where to replace equipment etc. Fire fighters' badges in different sizes to make Fire fighters' identity cards to make Posters to display in your role play area and also great for discussion such as 'don't play with matches', the number to call in an emergency etc An A4 sign to laminate where the children or adult can write the names of the 'fire fighters' that day A large fire engine to print out (this prints on 2 A4 pieces of paper and needs to be joined together) The posters, signs and pictures will create a motivating and colourful role play area either inside your classroom or in your outside area which will encourage the children to further their vocabulary and language and encourage writing for different purposes
One Snowy night- Percy the Park Keeper story resource pack- winter
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One Snowy night- Percy the Park Keeper story resource pack- winter

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Percy the Park Keeper- One Snowy Night A great educational resource for the story ‘One Snowy Night’ ready to print and use for displays, to make story sacks, retelling stories etc. The pack includes: Colour pictures of Percy and the animals in the story Black and white pictures of Percy and the animals- great for colouring and art activities Percy’s hut picture in the snow and without snow Snowy trees to add to adisplay to make a great snowy scene A number line to 50 on cute robins Alphabet bunting to hang in your classroom- each piece has a picture of one of the animals in the story and the lower case letter Winter clothing flashcards- great for discussion about clothes to wear when it is colder Word flash cards with words relating to the story- each card is decorated with a picture of Percy in the snow Question cards with questions about the story- great to add to a display A long display banner with the title and pictures of Percy and the animals A snowy board game to make and play A dice game to collect the pieces of each animal A worksheet to draw the scene from the window Photographs of snowy scenes- a great addition to any display Winter words- Words of snowflakes about winter A collection of rhymes and songs about winter Number rhyme about snowflakes with rhyme cards, face masks and props for singing the rhyme Snowflake alphabet jigsaws- find the two halves of the snowflakes with upper and lower case letters A collection of playdough mats linked to the story Dress Percy for winter- choose the appropriate clothes for Percy to wear in the snowy weather Colouring pictures of Percy and the animals and the snowy hut Stick puppets of Percy and the animals- great for retelling the story and for making up new stories Face masks in colour and black and white of Percy and the animals A colourful bingo game for the story ‘One Snowy Night’ An A4 word mat with pictures and words relating to the story ‘Welcome to Percy’s hut’ large banner- great to use as part of a role play area of Percy’s hut A game of snap to make and play Animals footprints in the snow- great to add to a display and for discussion Two different word searches with words and pictures relating to the story Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by, the authors or publishers of the story or any related stories or products.
Father Christmas Needs a Wee story resource pack
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Father Christmas Needs a Wee story resource pack

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Father Christmas Needs a Wee A funny festive counting book- at every house Father Christmas eats and drinks the tasty treats that have been left for him but he realises he has forgotten to do something really important and then he really really needs a wee! These resources support the fun book by Nicholas Allan. The pack includes: Display banner- A long banner for a display with pictures Father Christmas- A large picture of Father Christmas for your displays Display lettering- Large letters to spell out ‘Father Christmas’ decorated in red and whte stripes Number line- A number line to 50 on Christmas doors Alphabet line- An alphabet line on Elves Story words- Word cards with words relating to the story- great to include in your writing area Counting cards- Cards from 1-10 with different numbers of drinks to count Speech bubble worksheets- Various worksheets to fill in the speech bubbles Word mat- An A4 word mat with pictures to help when writing about the story Face masks- Colour and black and white face masks of Father Christmas and Elves to use for story telling and role play Father Christmas model- Make a model of Father Christmas using split pins Playdough mats- Various colourful mats to use with play dough for counting and Christmas Matching pairs- A colourful matching pairs game to make and play Colour Elves- Different coloured elves with the colour name Worksheet- Design a new drink for Father Christmas Christmas tree game- Spin the spinner and collect different decorations for your tree Banner- A long ‘Happy Christmas’ banner for your classroom decorated with holly leaves Worksheets- Various worksheets to draw different parts of the story, to draw your food and drink for Father Christmas and to design a sleigh for Father Christmas Game- Deliver all the presents in your sleigh first to win the game Maths worksheets- Various worksheets with counting, addition, subtraction and symmettry Design a decoration- Design a new decoration for your Christmas tree Decorations- Various Christmas decorations to cut out and colour Game- Roll a die and cover the numbered star in the night sky- plus a version to use two dice and add the numbers together and cover the number Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the author or publisher of the story or any related stories or products.