Primary english teaching resources: Fiction

Resources and ideas for english, fiction, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Library Challenge Cards

Library Challenge Cards

These ‘Library Challenge’ cards were made for my class library, but they could be used in a school library as well. The idea was just to get the children excited about reading and properly engaged with the books, and they’ve really enjoyed working through the activities – an added bonus being that I use this work to decorate the walls of our library. There’s a selection of 10 Library Challenge Cards, plus a ‘Library Challenge of the Week’ which just allows for changing things up a little without having to print and laminate more cards.

By sh2810

Harry Potter Comprehension

Harry Potter Comprehension

An activity to revise and test students understanding of a story. Using Harry Potter allows the students to connect to a well known text. ***The extract used is copyright of the author J.K Rowling.

By Sazo123

Pirates Ahoy! Writing and Literacy Tasks

Pirates Ahoy! Writing and Literacy Tasks

A variety of Literacy TasksWord mat provides useful words and phrases to support writing tasks.Pirate Character Description Sheet with Writing Prompts and Graphics Island Setting for a pirate adventure with further writing promptsSimple Drawing TasksLabel a PirateSentence StripsMapping TaskA great additional resource for a pirates topic. I would be delighted to receive feedback.

By Alice K

In the Garden Writing Prompts and Differentiated Word Mats for EYFS/KS1

In the Garden Writing Prompts and Differentiated Word Mats for EYFS/KS1

Resource TitleIn the Garden Differentiated Writing Prompts and Word MatsAge/Year GroupEarly Years and Key Stage 1Total Pages in download❤ 13File TypePDFResource Content❂ Over 40 Writing Prompts/Story Starters/Titles and Words (differentiated). ❂ Laminate for long term durability and use year after year! These writing prompts look great in buckets on tables or in garden themed writing challenge areas! Please note- two words mats are included in colour (differentiated). Check the preview!Reviews and feedback are appreciated, I value all but as we tell our students, try to be constructive! @ pollypuddleduck@gmail.comPrinting Tip: This educational resource has been designed for printing on A4 size paper. If you are printing on a different size, select ‘shrink’ or ‘print to fit page’ (or similar option) in order for the contents to fit correctly. TOUPurchase of this resource entitles YOU, the buyer, the right to reproduce the pages for personal and classroom use ONLY. Duplication for other classes, an entire school or for commercial use is strictly prohibited without written permission from Polly Puddleduck. Minor editing is allowed but only for personal use. The document remains under the copyright of Polly Puddleduck even when edited. Posting this item in whole or part on the Internet in any form is strictly prohibited and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Polly Puddleduck ©2017

By PollyPuddleduck

Oliver's Fruit Salad story sack resources

Oliver's Fruit Salad story sack resources

The pack includes:Display resourcesBannerDisplay borderCharacters- large coloured pictures of the characters in the story ‘Oliver’s Fruit Salad’ to add to your displayStory wordsStory questionsPosters- a set of posters showing the fruit name and pictureOliver’s fruit photos- a lovely set of photos showing the different fruit that Oliver used for his fruit saladOther fruit photos- a set of 20 photo posters showing other fruit that could be included in a fruit salad and also some unusual fruitsTitle poster- a colourful poster with the title, authors name and illustrators’ nameFruit descriptive words- a set of word cards with a fruit border with words the children can use to describe different fruits and also blank cards for you to add your own wordsRole play/ story propsFace masksPuppetsSequencing picturesStory propsLiteracyA4 word card- an A4 sized card with words and pictures about the story ‘Oliver’s Fruit Salad’- great to use when writingFruit alphabet lineWorksheets- various worksheets including speech bubbles, matching words to pictures, writing the initial sounds of different fruits, writing words to describe different fruits, fruit salad instruction writing and fruits I like and dislikeWriting pages- four photocopiable sheets with borders for the children to write about the story or to include in your writing areaWord searchesFive a day- a worksheet for the children to draw and write about the fruit and vegetables they have eaten each day to make their ‘five a day’Story sack labelShopping list worksheetShopping list templates- decorated templates to write your own shopping listsNumeracyJam number line- create a long number line for your classroom on strawberry and blackcurrant jam potsNumber rhyme pack 1- ‘Five currant bun s with a cherry on top’- contains rhyme card, singing props and face masksNumber rhyme pack 2- ‘Way up high in the apple tree’- contains rhyme card, singing props and face masksAddition sums on fruits- great to make a number displayCounting cardsCounting matPower pointsStory questionsGuess the fruitsCounting Power point- count the number of objects on each page and click on the correct answerArt and craftPuppetsFace masksColouring picturesColouring postersCut and stick the fruitsDraw and describeDesign a fruit saladGames to make and playMatching pairsDice gameShopping trolley game- collect the fruits shown in your shopping trolleyFruit BingoPlease 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.

By robbyn

Letter to Merlin

Letter to Merlin

Year 7 lesson (Merlin BBC 1998) Lesson involves pupils thinking of reasons both for and against Merlin helping King Uther. The main task is to write him a letter, advising him on what to do.

By adolphus6

The Train Ride story sack resources- Transport

The Train Ride story sack resources- Transport

The pack includes:Display resourcesBanner- a long colourful banner for your displayDisplay border- a train track border for you to print out as many times as you need to use on a display board of any sizeCharacters- large coloured pictures of the characters in the story ‘The Train Ride’ to add to your displayStory words- as set of word cards with words relating to the story- great to add to your display or use on your writing areaStory questions- a set of decorated cards with questions about the storyTitle poster- a decorative poster with title, author and illustrator onPhotos- colour photos of steam trains- great to add to your displaysLarge colour train- create a long train for your wall with engine and carriagesRole play/ story propsFace masks- a set of coloured masks for retelling the story of ‘The Train Ride’ or for making up new storiesPuppets- coloured stick puppets to makeSequencing pictures- pictures to sequence when retelling the storySmall world background- print out and use as backdrop for your train setLiteracyA4 word card- an A4 sized card with words and pictures about the story ‘The Train Ride- great to use when writingA train shaped book to make- on each page the children can complete the sentence ‘I see a…’Design a ticket- fill in the details on the train ticketWorksheets- various worksheets including a book review, writing and drawing about a favourite part of the story, matching word to picture, filling in speech bubbles and writing initial soundsWriting pages- four photocopiable sheets with borders for the children to write about the story or to include in your writing areaAlphabet line- a colourful alphabet line on hot air balloonsNumeracySheep number line- a number line from 0-50 on cute sheepWorksheets- add the numbers on the train carriages, fill in the missing numbers and count how many objects there arePower pointsThe Train Ride- spot all the objects beginning with the letter ‘t’ as the train moves along and then see how many you can remember at the end!A listening journey- click to hear the sounds on each page and guess what sounds they areArt and craftPuppets- colour and make your own puppets for retelling the storyFace masks- colour the face masksColouring pictures- various pictures to colourCut and assemble the train- cut out the simple train parts and assemble your own trainWhat do you see out of the window- draw a scene you might see on a train journeyMake a tunnelGames to make and playMatching pairsColour train bingoPlease 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,

By robbyn

The Bad Tempered Ladybird story sack resources

The Bad Tempered Ladybird story sack resources

The pack includes:A display banner with the title of the story on and pictures from the storyLarge coloured pictures of the animals in the story- these have been hand drawn and watercoloured by myselfLarge black and white pictures of the animals in the story- these are great for colouring and art activitiesSmaller colour and black and white pictures of the animals in the story- these can be made into games, displays etcA ladybird number line up to 30Colour face masks of all the animals in the storyBlack and white face masks of the animalsStory word cards decorated with ladybirds- these are great for adding to a display, discussions, adding to a writing area etcCards showing a clock face and an animal for the children to draw the hands on the clock to show the timeCards showing the time and the animal the Bad Tempered Ladybird met at that timeVarious worksheets- Maths, counting and telling the time worksheets and Literacy worksheetsDifferent clocks to cut out and make- there is a plain clock, a clock to add the numbers to, a colour clock showing the animals the Bad Tempered Ladybird met at different hours and also a black and white version of this clock for the children to colour and makeA ladybird themed gameFact cards with pictures and some facts about each of the animals in the storyRhyme cards with some rhymes about ladybirdsA colourful animal bingo game to make and playAn animal picture domino game to make and play

By robbyn

The Rainbow Fish story sack resources

The Rainbow Fish story sack resources

This story is a lovely story of friendship which is loved by children and this pack is great for bringing the story and characters to life.The pack includes:A large display title banner featuring pictures of fish and other sea creaturesA smaller display title poster18 sea creature colour pictures including the Rainbow Fish, his friends, the Wise Octopus plus other items to make up an under the sea scene. These pictures are in large A4 sizeAll of the sea creature drawings in black and white so they can be used for colouring and art activitiesA lovely colourful photo pack with 15 photos of fish and other sea creaturesAlphabet fish- each letter on a separate colourful fishNumber fish up to 100- each number on a separate colourful fishA black and white fish face mask to makeA black and white octopus face mask to make- great for retelling the story or making up new storiesA set of colourful fish face masks of the Rainbow Fish and other colourful fish in the storyA coloured octopus face maskLarge lettering with a bubble pattern spelling 'The Rainbow Fish'A matching pairs gameDotted tracing pictures of the Rainbow Fish and the OctopusCounting cards showing the different sea creatures and numbersA display border with sea creatures and a bubble design-this can be printed as many times as you need enabling it to fit around a display board of any sizeA book information display sheet with pictures and the title and author of the bookA game to collect the coloured scales for your fish with a special die to makeStory words on bubblesA magnetic fishing game to make with characters from the story- three parts of this are shown at the bottom of the picture as a frieze which would also look great as a backdrop to the water area. When the 4 A4 panels are fixed into a square, the sea creatures can be put inside and 'caught' with a fishing rod3 black and white colouring scenesPlease 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.

By robbyn

Tiddler the Story Telling Fish story sack resources

Tiddler the Story Telling Fish story sack resources

The pack includes:DISPLAYDisplay banners- 2 colourful banner to print over 2 A4 pages- one with ‘Tiddler’ and the other with ‘Tiddler The story-telling fish’Display borderWord cards- words relating to the story- great to add to a display or in the writing areaWord and picture flashcardsCharacter posters- a set of colourful posters showing different fish in the story with their namesFish facts- simple facts about fishColour photos- A4 photos to print out and display showing some underwater scenes and fishTitle posterLITERACYA4 word card- an A4 word card with words and pictures for the children to use when writing about the storyShell alphabetWriting sheets- a set of writing sheets with borders for the children to write on and use in the writing areaSpeech bubble worksheetsWord searchesWorksheets- 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 posterNUMERACYFish number line- a number line to 50 on colourful fishMissing number worksheets- fill in the missing numbers on the shells plus a blank worksheet so you can differentiateCounting worksheetsTelling the time- a collection of clock posters showing the times mentioned in the storyCounting cardsRepeating patterns- draw the next sea creature to complete the repeating patternsGAMESDominoesMagnetic fishing game- make the 3D fish tank and take it in turns to catch fish plus ideas for different activitiesPicture bingoACTIVITIESTracing sheets- trace the patterns on the fishStick puppetsFace masksFish templatesStory worksheets- various worksheets to draw different things, match pictures to speech bubbles and draw underwater scenesPlay dough mats- make the correct number of fish on each cardColouringSTORY TELLINGSequence picturesFace masksSequencing worksheets- cut and stick the pictures in the correct orderStory telling propsStick puppetsPlease 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.

By robbyn

The Fish who could Wish story sack resources

The Fish who could Wish story sack resources

This pack is designed to be used with the story ‘The fish who could wish’ by John Bush.Display resources· Display banner· 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· Picture flashcards- flashcards with words and pictures of the props in the story· Story questionsRole play/ story props· Colour face masks- of different fish and the Fish who could Wish- great for retelling the story or creating your own stories· Colour puppets· Story telling propsLiteracy· An A4 word card with pictures· Speech bubbles worksheets· Worksheet- write a book review about the book· Alphabet line· Writing sheets· My favourite part of the story· Sh, th, ch fishing game- catch the picture fish and decide if they go in the sh, th or ch fishing nets- with full instrustions and further ideas· Sh, th, ch worksheets- a worksheet for each phoneme· Phoneme word and picture cards- a collection of pictures of words with sh, ch and th sounds in them and the words with the grapheme highlighted· Make a wish worksheet- think of one wish you would make and draw and write about it· The fish’s wish- draw and write three things the fish wished for· Phonemes on fishNumeracy· A number line· Shape fish posters· Shape fish bingo game- cover the different shaped fish first to win the game· Sea scenes number game- roll a die and colour the part of the picture with that number· Number ordering- cut out the numbered fish and stick in the correct orderArt and craft· Stick puppets· Face masks· Tracing pictures· Colouring pictures· Playdough mats- make the correct number of fish on each board· Cut and assemble castle- cut out the parts of the castle and reassemble to make your own castle· Cut and assemble fish- cut out the parts of the fish and reassemble More Games to make and play· Board game- explore the underwater scene and collect the items the fish wished for to add to your board· Number dominoes- a fish themed dominoes game 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.

By robbyn

The Tiny Seed story sack pack- growing, seasons

The Tiny Seed story sack pack- growing, seasons

The pack includes:DISPLAYDisplay banner- a long colourful banner for your displayDisplay border- a colourful themed border to print out as many times as you need for a display board of any sizeWord cardsPlant part flashcards- colourful cards to add to a displayFlower and plant photos- coloured photos of some different plants and flowers- great for displays and discussionQuestion cards- questions relating to the story- great to add to your display or to use as prompts during literacyColour flowersPlant labelling poster- an A4 and A3 sized poster showing the different parts of a plant with labels to addParts of a plant photosLITERACYA4 word card- an A4 word card with words and pictures for the children to use when writing about the storyPlant alphabetWriting sheets- a set of writing sheets with themed borders- great for writing about the story or for using in the writing areaWord searchesLabel a plantGrowth diarySeasons worksheetsSeed packet worksheetWhat will your seeds be- draw and write what your seed will grow intoQuestion worksheetPlanting instructions worksheet- sequence the pictures for planting a seed worksheet and a worksheet to write what you did when planting the seedSort the story pictures worksheet- sort the things which helped the seed grow and the things that didn’tNUMERACYFlower number lineSize ordering worksheets- order the seeds and plants by size- in colour and also black and whiteSeed counting worksheets- count and write the number of seeds, glue the correct number of real seeds next to each number, draw the correct number of seeds worksheetDot to dot worksheetsLeaf counting up to 10Colour by numbersGAMESMatching pairs/ snapBingoMake a plant game- spin the spinner and collect the different parts of your plantFlower building game- roll the special die to add or take away petals from your colourful flowerBird game- spin the spinner to see how many seeds your bird is going to eatART AND CRAFTTracing sheetsFace mask- make a flower face maskColouring pictures- large black and white pictures of different spring flowers to colourWorkbook coverSeason sorting cardsMake a windmill- make a windmill to stand in your gardenCut and assemble flowersMake a seed packetSTORY TELLINGSequence picturesLarge picturesStory sack labelsSeasons cardsPlant growing sequencePlease 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.

By robbyn

Travel Boarding Pass Entry and Exit Ticket

Travel Boarding Pass Entry and Exit Ticket

An entry and exit ticket that looks like a boarding pass.This really excited and engaged my year 7 class during a Travel Writing unit.The blank spaces at the top and bottom can be used to fit a school logo.I made the gate number my room number and the flight time the lesson start time.

By scug

Merlin (1998 BBC)

Merlin (1998 BBC)

A suggested scheme of lessons to follow the 1998 BBC version of Merlin, including an end of unit essay plan.

By adolphus6

The Shopping Basket story sack resources

The Shopping Basket story sack resources

A bumper resource pack for the popular story ‘The Shopping Basket' by John BurninghamThe pack includes:DISPLAYDisplay banner- a long colourful banner for your displayDisplay border- a colourful display border to print out as many times as you need for a display board of any sizeWord cards- words on shopping baskets relating to the storyWord and picture flashcards- coloured pictures of each of the animals and foods in the story and the wordsShopping and animal posters- A4 posters with each animal and food on with the nameLITERACYA4 word card- an A4 word card with words and pictures for the children to use when writing about the storyShopping alphabet- a lovely alphabet line on the different foods in the shopping basketWriting sheets- a set of writing sheets with borders for the children to write on and use in the writing areaSpeech bubble worksheets- fill in the speech bubbles to show what the characters are sayingWriting worksheet- write about the different animals in the storyShopping list worksheet- label the different items in the shopping basketFavourite part of the story- draw and write about your favourite part of the storyMATHSBasket number line- a number line to 50 on shopping basketsCounting cards- count the objects from 1-10Size ordering worksheets- order the character props by size- in colour and also black and whiteCounting worksheets- count the number of items in each shopping basketMoney worksheet- colour the correct coins to pay for each item of food- 2 different levelsNumber worksheet- draw the correct number of foodsGAMESPicture bingo- collect the characters and foods for your bingo boardMatching pairs- find the picture matching pairsNumber dominoes- a colourful domino game to make and playShopping game- collect the different foods needed for your shopping basket by spinning the spinnerART & CRAFTPicture jigsaws- cut out and reassemble the jigsaws of the different charactersTracing sheetsStick puppetsFace masksPlay dough mats- make the correct number of items in each shopping basketMatching worksheet- match each character to the correct foodColouringMake a 3D basket- cut out and make a shopping basketDrawing worksheetSTORY TELLINGSequence picturesFace masksStick puppets- coloured stick puppets to use when retelling the storyLarge character and food pictures to matchPlease 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 pr

By robbyn

The Tiger who came to Tea story sack resources

The Tiger who came to Tea story sack resources

The pack includes:Colourful pictures of the characters in the story- these have been hand drawn by myself and are not the exact pictures from the bookBlack and white pictures of the characters in the story 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' for the children to colour or collage to make a colourful displayA large title banner with tiger print borderA smaller colourful title posterA number line to 50 on tea cupsAn alphabet line on milk bottlesFact cards about real tigersColourful face masks to print and make of the Tiger and other characters in the storyBlack and white face masks for the children to decorateStick puppets of the characters and props in the story 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' for the children to retell the story or make up other storiesVarious Literacy worksheets for different abilitiesVarious Maths worksheets for different abilitiesA colourful shopping bingo game,A 'Tiger Who Came to Tea' themed board game to make and playA colourful tiger print display border- this can be printed as many times as you like to frame a display board of any sizeWord flash cards of key words from the story- these are great to display when the children are writing about the storyAn A4 word cardQuestion cards with questions about the story- these are great on a display to promote thinking about the story

By robbyn

Summer Resource Collection

Summer Resource Collection

Summer Resource CollectionA collection of lessons and resources ideal for summer!See the links for further details.For more great resources see my shop page here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish(Credits: http://makeup-summer-bieber.tumblr.com/, cooltext.com)

By EngageinEnglish

Merlin

Merlin

Year 7 Introduction to Merlin (1998 BBC Version), focused on the meaning of legend and introducing paganism. The lesson task is to create character profiles and consider the relationship of the characters.

By adolphus6

English weekly plan on texts by Julia Donaldson

English weekly plan on texts by Julia Donaldson

A very easy to follow and exciting weekly plan with resources and notebook slides.It has a variety of differentiated and challenging activities for a Year 2/3 class, that will engage and progress all learners using texts and visuals.As a teacher you will be able to pick up this plan and get going without minimal preparation without the sacrifice of quality of learning.

By conortrg1

Merlin essay plan

Merlin essay plan

Assessment question following the study of Merlin (BBC 1998) Who was to blame for the fall of Camelot?’In pupils responses they will weigh up different viewpoints and present a balanced analysis of the issue. The frame provided will guide pupils to refer back to character profiles in order to make notes on each of the bullet points.

By adolphus6

Hoot Scheme of work

Hoot Scheme of work

Year 7 scheme of work. Questions and discussions focusing on flashbacks, dialogue, chapter summaries and Point of view.

By adolphus6

The Royal Nappy story sack resources

The Royal Nappy story sack resources

The pack includes:DISPLAYDisplay banner- a long colourful banner for your displayDisplay border- a themed display border to print out as many times as you need for a display board of any sizeWord cardsLarge coloured pictures- large pictures to print out and use on a displayWhen we were babies- A display banner for creating a class display about when the children were babiesBaby photos- colour photos of babies and Royal babiesLITERACYAlphabet- a lovely alphabet line on crownsWriting sheets- a set of writing sheets with borders for the children to write on and use in the writing areaFavourite part of the story- draw and write about your favourite part of the story‘b’ for baby-a worksheet all about the letter bGuards alphabet line- a lovely alphabet line on Royal guardsThe nappy bag- draw and label the things in the nappy bagWhen I was a baby- a worksheet for children to fill in details about when they were babiesBaby toys worksheets- various worksheets todesign a new baby toy, match the label to the picture and cut and stick the toys suitable for a babyNUMERACYNumber line- a number line to 50 on baby bottlesGuards number line- a colourful number line to 100 on Royal guardsCounting worksheets- count the baby toys and bottlesMissing number worksheets- differentiated worksheets to fill in the missing numbers and also a blank worksheet for you to write your own numbersOrder the numbered nappies- cut and order the baby nappiesGAMESBingo- cover the different baby itemsMatching pairs- match the different nappiesNumber dominoes- a baby themed dominoes game to make and playACTIVITIESStick puppet- colour and make your own stick puppet of the Royal babyColouring- a collection of colouring worksheetsThe Royal Nappy Cabinet-cut and stick the nappies into the nappy cabinetTracing pictures- simple pictures to practice pencil controlDesign a nappy- design a new nappy for the Royal baby to wearDesign a babygrow- design a babygrow fit for a Royal baby!Playdough mats- a collection of themed playdough matsMake a mobile- colour and make a Royal themed baby mobileNappies for all occasions!- design nappies suitable for different occasionsSTORY TELLINGNappy pictures- pictures of some of the nappies in the storyCharacter cards- coloured flash cards of the different characters in the storyStick puppets- a coloured stick puppet to use when retelling the storyStory sack tag- a tag to add to your story telling sack

By robbyn

Enders Game Novel Unit

Enders Game Novel Unit

This unit contains thought questions, grammar activities, and literary activities aligned to the standards;Our novel units contain the following activities:Student Hand-out on Literary Terms and Elements of a StoryPrereading Activity Setting & Point of ViewNounsMain Idea and DetailsThought Questions Character ActivitiesComparison and ContrastAdjectives A Letter to a CharacterMoodVerbsMain IdeaChapter SummariesAntagonist and ProtagonistTextual EvidenceSimple and Compound SentencesPersonal Pronouns Subjects and PredicatesQuiz Creating Activity:Test Creating Activity:Post Reading Activities Chronological Order

By perkiteacher

How to Handle a Bully Literature and Grammar  Unit

How to Handle a Bully Literature and Grammar Unit

This unit contains thought questions, grammar activities, and literary activities aligned to the standards;Our book units contain the following activities:Student Hand-out on Literary Terms and Elements of a StoryPrereading Activity Setting & Point of ViewNounsMain Idea and DetailsThought Questions Character ActivitiesComparison and ContrastAdjectives A Letter to a CharacterMoodVerbsMain IdeaChapter SummariesAntagonist and ProtagonistTextual EvidenceSimple and Compound SentencesPersonal Pronouns Subjects and PredicatesQuiz Creating Activity:Test Creating Activity:Post Reading Activities Chronological Order

By perkiteacher

Kenning: What is a Kenning?

Kenning: What is a Kenning?

Kenning: What is a Kenning?Define what a kenning isSay something about the history of kenningsWork out what some kennings refer to

By ChrisWat

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Talk for writing story map in the style of Pie Corbett.Hand drawn resource for display in classroom (mine is Reception) also useful to send home to parents to encourage the children to read at home and share stories with their parents/other adults.

By flexyfish