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...What are they learning? Storytelling gives children a reason to listen and something to remember. There are many benefits. Social – storytelling teaches them to be part of a group Coming together for a storytelling session gives young...
...What makes a good storytelling session? Experienced storytellers know the answer is often hard to pin down. Sometimes a story can be told in a completely different way from what was planned – and work! Sometimes a story can fall flat, even...
...‘Can I do it?’ Many people find that once they start storytelling without a book, they discover a new feeling of confidence in themselves as the storyteller. Yet the prospect of putting aside the book can be a worrying experience. Here...
...Introduction Children love to post and sort! In this activity children work as a group to sort the letters, and justify their thinking.Focus Using and applying phonics and early reading skills. You can adapt this activity to give...
...Introduction Children learn new vocabulary by repetition because it activates their memory. This game promotes this skill and gives you a method to measure individual children's progress.Focus Sight-reading of high frequency wordsWhat you...
...Introduction This activity uses the rest of the school to provide opportunities to assess how well children are making the correspondence between the phonemes you have taught and their corresponding grapheme in the context of words.Focus...
...Introduction Once children know the rules, routines and expectations of Kim's game you can vary it to teach, use and apply a range of sounds and skills. Here are some ideas you can try.What you need A range of percussion instruments...
...Introduction This game is great for getting children engaged and learning without realising it! Part of the game involves rubbing out the limbs of the other team's man, and this might seem harsh, but they don't get upset about it, they love...