We put together a story box so that we can retell the story of Little Red Riding Hood using puppets and story props! Story boxes are a wonderful tool for young children and encourage a playful, fun approach to early story telling. They encourage creativity, imaginative play and a whole host of early literacy skills
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Day 17: A Reading TentPlay Prompt:Find a cosy spot in the house (or garden if warm enough!) and create a reading nook using some material and cushions. Climb inside and read, uninterrupted, for at least 15 minutes!
My girls were SO excited about the idea of this and C. loved hunting
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To find out more about the 5 a Day Book challenge and consider joining in, click here. I don’t think I’ve ever written on the blog before that I am actually half American. Our family has primarily lived in the UK but we still celebrate Thanksgiving wholeheartedly! For this reason I’m theming
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To find out more about the 5 a Day Book scheme and consider joining in, click here. This week we are gearing up to November the 5th- Bonfire Night here in the UK! So any stories relating to the night sky, fireworks or space are on the agenda for us with lots
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To find out more about the 5 a Day Book scheme and consider joining in, click here. It seems appropriate to read some lovely, Autumnal stories this week to go along with the beautiful, sunny and crisp weather we have been having lately. We have been jumping in piles of leaves and
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