Story time

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Literature 1: "Bear Hunt Sensory Bags" Bags are filled with different materials to represent the wavy grass, water, snow, etc. This activity allows children to connect with the story because they can see and feel the materials. It extends the book's atmosphere.

Going on a Bear Hunt Mess Free Sensory Bags

Enjoy the storybook, We're Going on a Bear Hunt with these Mess Free Sensory Bags! Your toddler and preschooler will Love this unique sensory activity!

'What the Ladybird Heard' scene in a builders tray. Great to encourage the children to recreate the story during free-play!

'What the Ladybird Heard' scene in a builders tray. Great to encourage the children to recreate the story during free-play!

Story Telling & Animal Sorting (",)

Julia Donaldson's Where's My Mom? Book Activity

Practice sorting animals and story retelling with Julia Donaldson's Where's My Mom

Fun idea to make a story sack / play props for exploring the book Owl babies #fall

The Fairy and The Frog

This post may contain affiliate links Using objects as you tell a story can help a child to focus and pay attention. Having the same objects available for the child to play with can act as a prompt to help them retell the story and develop imaginative play scenarios. All great ways to develop language skills and have fun at the same time. Here's how we made some pom pom owls to use a 'story sack' for one of our favourite autumn books : Owl babies I made some pom poms out of wool (my top tip…

What the Ladybird Heard Story Sack

What the Ladybird Heard Story Sack

A fun way to play and learn about the story of What the Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson.

Ten in the Bed: Penny Dale: great book for a number talk. Have the students keep track on their fingers or on a 10s frame how many animals are left in the bed

Ten in the Bed

Amazon.com: Ten in the Bed (9780763615758): Dale, Penny, Dale, Penny: Books