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I am a pre-k teacher with experience in both the Spanish and the US curriculum. My goal is to provide students with a global learning experience, based on their own interests and learning processes. One of my favourite thing are stories! I work many aspects through dinamics I create based in famous stories in a funny way for my students. I want to share my tips, materials and experience with you. I hope you like them!

I am a pre-k teacher with experience in both the Spanish and the US curriculum. My goal is to provide students with a global learning experience, based on their own interests and learning processes. One of my favourite thing are stories! I work many aspects through dinamics I create based in famous stories in a funny way for my students. I want to share my tips, materials and experience with you. I hope you like them!
ROOM ON THE BROOM
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ROOM ON THE BROOM

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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.
Colours wordsearch
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Colours wordsearch

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COLOURS WORDSEARCH- Can you find the names of the colours in this wordsearch? Help the witch on her mission. Here are two options (for younger and older children).
Room  on the broom wordsearch
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Room on the broom wordsearch

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ROOM ON THE BROOM WORDSEARCH – In this wordsearch you will need to find all the animals in this story. Good resource to encourage pre-reading and pre-writing as we contribute to improve fine motor skills.
Recipe for the Troll
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Recipe for the Troll

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Here is a worksheet created for the story The Troll by Julia Donaldson. A NEW RECIPE FOR THE TROLL - The troll is fed up of eating fish, he needs to keep a balanced diet. It is time for us to create a new recipe for his cookery book in this worksheet.
There is a snake in my school
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There is a snake in my school

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Here is a resource to work on the story “There is a snake in my school” by David Walliams. MY FAVOURITE PET- Do you have any pets? Would you like to? Describe your ideal pet in this worksheet.
ELEPHANTS BODY PARTS
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ELEPHANTS BODY PARTS

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COUNTING BODY PARTS- How many eyes does the elephant have? And ears? This worksheet will reinforce our body parts vocabulary while working on numeracy and number tracing.
The paper dolls - Julia Donaldson
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The paper dolls - Julia Donaldson

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A set of resources especially designed for this lovely story. It includes worksheets to enhance fine motor skills for Pre-K students in a fun way. PAPER DOLLS ENEMIES-In the story, the paper dolls live adventures full of danger in every corner. Can you identify the enemies of the paper dolls? Circle the animals that tried to eat them and cross out those that didn’t. WORDSEARCH- Ticky, Tacky, Jackie the backie, Jim with two noses and Jo with the bow are our protagonists. Will you find their names in this wordsearch? DRESS UP YOUR PAPER DOLLS- Time to design wonderful looks for your own paper dolls. You will find a girl and a boy template. WHAT IS IN YOUR MEMORY- The paper dolls travelled to the girl’s memory, with many other sweet memories. What do you keep in that special place? Draw your favourite memories in this worksheet. CUTTING SKILLS- Time to create your own paper dolls as you practise your artistic and cutting skills. You can also name your new special friends.
My teacher is a monster resource pack
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My teacher is a monster resource pack

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Here’s a resource pack with different activities for the story “My Teacher is a Monster” by Peter Brown. Ready to use after a storytelling and especially designed for Pre-K students. These are the activities included: MISS KIRBY’S HAT- Miss Kirby has a beutiful hat. Would you recognise it amongs all these? Circle the correct headwear with your pencil. THE HATTER- Become a professional hatter by decorating Miss Kirby’s headwear with beautiful bright colours. Do not forget to decorate the flower with some play dough. BOBBY’S MAZE- Bobby is in a mission, he needs to rescue Miss Kirby’s hat. Help him with your pencil throughout this maze. WRITING MONSTER- Are you a writing monster? It is time to show your writing skills by practising some words from the story. COUNT THE DUCKS- Bobby and Miss Kirby love the ducks in the park. Would you help them counting? Work on your numeracy and trace the correct amount inside the square.
The snail and the whale - Julia Donaldson- Resource Pack
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The snail and the whale - Julia Donaldson- Resource Pack

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A set of wonderful activities customised for this story. It includes the following resources: THE WHALE AND THE SNAIL LABELS- A cool resource to organise and easily recognise all your belongings. Here are two different models. Just cut, write your name and stick them on your school stuff! COUNTING GAME – The whale also knows how to count and she wants to help us too. Count the snails and the whales of each card and place the peg in the correct number. Laminate this resource so you can use it over and over again. TIC TAC TOE- These two friends love to have fun together. Would you like to join them? Now you can play this Snail and whale version of the well-known “Tic Tac Toe” game. Cut the board and the counter and laminate it to use it as many times as you want to.
Mr. Impossible's Maze
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Mr. Impossible's Maze

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MR IMPOSSIBLE’S MAZE– Mr.Impossible is quite good at hiding easter eggs, but what about findind them? Help Mr. Impossible to find the easter egg in this maze. With this resource we will improve the trace and fine motor skills of our students.
Easter Bunny treat holder
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Easter Bunny treat holder

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BUNNY TREAT HOLDER– You’ve found lots of little treats in your Egghunt but don’t know where to store them? Here’s a bunny treat holder for you. A nice way to get crafty and work on fine motor skills.
Circle letter E
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Circle letter E

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CIRCLE LETTER E- We have learnt that E is for elephant, but this worksheet has mixed many vowels together. Could you help the elephant finding his lovely E? This resource will improve our students’ fine motor skills and work on their letter identification.
E is for Elephant
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E is for Elephant

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E IS FOR ELEPHANT- E is the first letter of this nice animal. Would you trace it in this worksheet? We will help our students’ developing pre-writing skills and letter identification.
COLOURING KITTY
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COLOURING KITTY

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A NEW LOOK FOR KITTY- The witch could not decide a right colour for Kitty, now it is your turn to use any colour you want, to give her a new look.
THE WITCH AND HER WAND
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THE WITCH AND HER WAND

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THE WITCH AND HER WAND – The wind blew so wildly that the witch lost her wand… Would you help her find it through this maze? A fantastic way to improve orientation and mobility skills while improving fine motor skills.
Elephants
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Elephants

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COUNTING ELEPHANTS- How many elephants do you see? Count and trace the correct number inside the square. Nice resource to improve number tracing and work on numeracy.