25 pages of resources to use alongside the teaching of the book, Room on the Broom. Ideal for early years- Adjectives Create a potion Rhyming CVC words Wanted posters Filling in missing words Word search Book reviews Writing Frames Complete sentences Story sequencing
Room on the Broom - Story Sequencing - KS1 In this resource children read ‘Room on the Broom’ and are then asked to retell the story orally and in their own writing. This is an engaging and fun lesson which covers a range of Year 1 English curriculum objectives. All activities are easy to follow and can be used by teachers, home schooling parents and students following distance learning. Contents include: Whole class oral retelling of the story activity. Retelling writing task (15 accompanying worksheets). Cut out pictures sequencing task. Links to ‘Room on the Broom’ additional activities. ‘Room on the Broom - Story Sequencing - KS1’ can be edited allowing teachers to adapt the resource if required to meet their individual teaching requirements. To view this resource in full and find more EYFS/KS1 resources click here.
Room on the Broom (by Julia Donaldson) sequencing sheet allows the children to re-call and re-tell the main events of the story. I have attached a completed copy of the correct order, a copy with titles for the children to add the pictures in as well as a totally blank copy for the children to add their own captions as well. Could be used as a cutting and sticking activity or you could attach velcro to each of the boxes and the characters for the resource to be used over and over! All the characters / objects are attached at the end to be cut out.
2 weeks worth of Literacy planning for Year 1 based on the book by Julia Donaldson - Room on the Broom. Activities include becoming familiar with the story by retelling it, rhyming, planning and writing own version of Room on the Broom. Activities and LO’s differentiated.
Room on the broom character hunt including tick list and image cards
10 pages of maths resources based around the book, Room on the broom. Suited to early years- Doubling Ordinal numbers Addition Counting a static amount of objects Sorting by height Ordering numbers 1-10 Shape finding
11 session unit of work with a grammar focus of question marks and exclamation marks based on Julia Donaldson's 'Room on the Broom'. Children make their own character puppets and perform a play, generating lots of talk for writing. The planning was created for the Year 1 curriculum but is equally valid for Year 2 work on exclamations, questions and statements. This resource includes: - A comprehensive planning document including suggestions for cutaways, pullbacks, guided reading activities and differentiation. - Room on the Broom planning resources pdf containing writing frames, word mat, introductory activities and keep up activity ideas (all referenced in the planning document). - Sentence identification activities used in the planning as assessment for learning opportunities. My class loved making the puppets and doing the puppet show. We performed our shows to small groups of Year R and got feedback from the Year R kids which was lovely. I hope your class enjoy it too!
Use the magical picture story book “Room on the Broom’ to explore language, have shared experiences and look at character, setting and plot development. Quick and easy setup plus clear student directions make these activities perfect for centers. Your students will love exploring new vocabulary, sharing what they discover, listing parts of speech, sequencing and writing tasks through this book study. Tasks included in our product - Words – There are words from the story on cards for you to use. You can display them in your room as writing or reading prompts. They can be used to put into alphabetical order, sort words into similar groups and name the groups. In word work, students can find the meanings of them. Labels are provided to sort into nouns, adjectives and verbs. KWHL - Copy each page and display. As a grade, list the things you - Know about Witches- Want to know about Witches - How will we find this out? In the last section, record your new Learning about Witches (there is one on each page as well as a template that includes all four on one page). Word Splash - Around each picture, record words to describe it. Discuss adjectives, verbs and nouns Print and go – sequencing task, label the characters, fill in the missing word, two comprehension tasks, two sequencing tasks, beginning/middle/end, witch/dragon are-have-can, fact task, story map – setting, characters and problem/solution, true or false, making connections, my opinion, narrative template, witch and animals to go on the side of your writing, a recount, Dragon loses fire, word work – oo – itch – and, phonic challenge. Stick Puppets - Copy page of your choice. Cut and attach to sticks. Students perform oral plays with the characters. This is what teachers, like you, have said about this product… Great tool to use during Literacy rotations to help expand the students thoughts while reading one of their favourite stories. — Nichole R. I left these resources for my relief when I was sick and it completely covered everything that I required and saved me prep time when I wasn’t feeling well! My students loved these resources. I will definitely be using these again and will recommend to my co-workers. Chantelle Copyright © Paula’s Place Teaching Resources This product is for personal use in one classroom only. To share or use in multiple classrooms, please purchase additional licenses. This product may not be shared or distributed without consent.
A colourful pack to accompany the story ‘Room on the Broom’ -great for Halloween The pack includes: Display resources: Banner- A long display banner 'Room on the Broom’ Border- A display border of stars on a blue background Title page- A smaller display title Character pictures- Large pictures of the characters and props in the book drawn by ourselves Broomstick- A large broomstick to print out and make Border- An A4 sized page border Question cards- Questions related to the story of 'Room on the Broom’ Cauldron- A large cauldron to use as part of a display Words and pictures- Display cards with words and pictures Colour cauldrons- Each differently coloured cauldron has the colour word on it Literacy resources Word cards- with words relating to the story- great to add to displays or in the writing area A4 word card- An A4 word card with words and pictures relating to the story Spells- Worksheets to write spells- each page is decorated with pictures and stars Worksheets- about the story and the characters Book review- A book review worksheet Alphabet line- with the lower case letters on wands Speech bubbles- Various speech bubble worksheets with pictures of the different characters Word searches- Two different word searches for different abilities Maths resources Number line- A number line to 100 on cauldrons Worksheets- Various maths worksheets- addition sums, subtraction sums, adding the spots on the bows, missing numbers on the witches hats etc- most of these worksheets can be adapted to be used for different ages and abilities Activities Witch model- A moving witch model to make using split pins Face masks- of the different characters in colour and also in black and white- great for retelling the story or creating new stories Songs- Various songs and rhymes on decorated cards Stick puppets- to make of the different characters Worksheet- A worksheet to design your own special broomstick Games Board game- A board game to make and play- travel through the sky on your broomstick to reach the cauldron first to make your spell Make a spell- A game to collect the different objects needed for your magic spell Dominoes- A colour dominoes game with pictures of the characters and props in the story 'Room on the Broom’ Bingo- A colourful bingo game Matching pairs- A matching pairs game with pictures of the characters and props in the story Rhyming words-A rhyming word game
Here is another resource to work on the story Room on the broom by Julia Donaldson. THE ANIMALS OF THE BROOM. What animals appear in this story? In this worksheet you will have to circle or mark them with an X. We will contribute to develop our students fine motor skills and work on animal recognition.
UPDATED with video link to a Read Along Story version I’ve created. This pack contains a short extract and 5 comprehension activities ideal for EYFS and KS1. It also includes an answer page and EYFS and NC objectives covered. Pages include: Cloze Passage - fill in the gaps from the given extract Sequencing - order the events Multiple Choice Questions Word Choices Inference Questions. Answer sheet EYFS and NC Objectives If you use and like this resource, I’d be very grateful if you left a review. To be kept informed on any new resources I publish please click"https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TaylorsTeachingTimesavers">Taylor’s Teaching Timesavers and follow me.
Lessons used for Room on the Broom potion poetry. Lesson 1 - rhyme within the book Lesson 2 - rhyming animals for their potion Lesson 3 - alliteration of animals for potion Lesson 4 - LO for writing their own potion with SC
Vocabulary cards designed to assist with teaching and reading of Room on the broom by Julia Donaldson. Colour coded for the FANTASTICs from The Write Stuff but the symbols have been taken out. Happy to be emailed for requests of other story books.
Simple writing frame for own version of a verse of the popular Julia Donaldson story. I asked my class to choose an animal from a bag (different to the ones in the book). They then filled in the writing frame and performed their verses.
A great literacy resource especially at Halloween about Julia Donaldson’s ‘Room on the broom’. Learn about the sequence of characters we meet in the story and the names of the characters with a comprehension activity to test the children’s knowledge.
Two worksheets to work on the story. Think of 4 animals to go on the broom and design a magnificent broom. Then, think about the broom and tell us... how is it, what does it have and what can it do!!
Room on the Broom – KS1 English Teaching Resource Room on the Broom is a colourful, engaging and fun teaching resource for KS1 based on the popular book by Julia Donaldson. The resource covers numerous elements of the National Curriculum for KS1 Reading and Writing skills and is colourful, engaging and interactive. Activities include: • information retrieval • recounting the narrative • exploring the themes and message of the story • talking and writing about characters and key events • considering the use of heroes and villains in the book • looking at language – words that rhyme • making predictions • creating a new book cover Room on the Broom is a beautifully presented teaching resource containing interactive quizzes and activities. The resource also contains 27 worksheets and a 6 lesson overview of the unit. ‘Room on the Broom’ is fully editable allowing teachers to adapt the resource if needed to suit each class they teach. To view this resource in full and find more EYFS/KS1 English resources click here.
Pencil control sheets based on the story ‘Room on the Broom’ (byJulia Donaldson). Helps children gain confidence and control in using a pencil or pen with the characters of the story. Print off to use or laminate and use with a whiteboard / dry-erase pen to be able to wipe it off and use it again!
A selection of ideas for activities based around this story.
A literacy/phonics lesson for Reception children which I used in autumn term on the story Room on the Broom. I used this for a lesson observation which was graded outstanding.
Cards with pictures and text for the children to read and match up in rhyming pairs. Vocabulary taken from the Room on the Broom book, by Julia Donaldson. Could be used as a cut and stick activity or you could cut the cards out and laminate them as a game to be used over and over. 6 pairs total.