Farmyard Tale Tote from Hope Education KIT

Farmyard Tale Tote from Hope Education KIT
HE1633389

Product code: HE1633389

GBP125.49
GBP150.59 inc VAT
In stock

Tale Totes are the ideal resource to help develop speaking and listening skills and vocabulary for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage and KS1. Combining themed learning with popular tales, games, figures, arts and crafts and charming puppets, each Tale Tote encourages children to retell stories, discuss characters, plots and ideas and as such develop the essential tools they need for good spoken language, debate, discussion and listening skills.

A flexible resource for developing literacy and speaking and listening skills, this Farmyard Tale Tote will stimulate role play, provide ideas for writing tasks and get their imaginations running wild. Ideal for use with children aged 5+, get them exploring the farmyard, identifying the footprints of each animal and learning interesting facts with handy flashcards.

What's in the Tale Tote?

  • Printed bag with farmyard scenery
  • Farmyard animal figures
  • 6 finger puppets
  • Old Macdonald Lotto
  • What the Ladybird Heard story book
  • 10 A5 flashcards.

  • Handy tote bag can be used as base for imaginative play.
  • Figurines and puppets included for storytelling, role play, and exploratory talk.
  • High-quality book with link to resources aids development of vocabulary for play and shared points of discussion.
  • Tons of opportunity for cross-curricular learning and collaborative play.
  • Support children to explore and play with a wide range of media and materials.
  • Provide opportunities for children to recount experiences and imagine possibilities, connecting ideas.
  • Encourage children to use a range of vocabulary in imaginative ways to add information, express ideas or justify actions or events.
  • Children can use play to bring together their current understandings, combining, refining and exploring their ideas in imaginative ways.
  • Children have the materials to represent experiences through imaginative play which supports the development of narrative thought and the ability to see from other perspectives.
  • Relevant strategies to build vocabulary. Resources support participation in performances, roleplay, and improvisation as well as collaborative conversation.

Further Information

Age Range
3-7 Years
Brand
Hope Education
EYFS
Yes
EYFS Aim
Communication and Language; Literacy
Genre
Popular Stories
Key Stage 1
Yes
Key Stage 2
NO
Key Stage 3
NO
Primary Learning Outcome
Reading Comprehension; Spoken Language KS1
Product Type
Story Sacks
GBP125.49
GBP150.59 inc VAT
In stock

Tale Totes are the ideal resource to help develop speaking and listening skills and vocabulary for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage and KS1. Combining themed learning with popular tales, games, figures, arts and crafts and charming puppets, each Tale Tote encourages children to retell stories, discuss characters, plots and ideas and as such develop the essential tools they need for good spoken language, debate, discussion and listening skills.

A flexible resource for developing literacy and speaking and listening skills, this Farmyard Tale Tote will stimulate role play, provide ideas for writing tasks and get their imaginations running wild. Ideal for use with children aged 5+, get them exploring the farmyard, identifying the footprints of each animal and learning interesting facts with handy flashcards.

What's in the Tale Tote?

  • Printed bag with farmyard scenery
  • Farmyard animal figures
  • 6 finger puppets
  • Old Macdonald Lotto
  • What the Ladybird Heard story book
  • 10 A5 flashcards.

  • Handy tote bag can be used as base for imaginative play.
  • Figurines and puppets included for storytelling, role play, and exploratory talk.
  • High-quality book with link to resources aids development of vocabulary for play and shared points of discussion.
  • Tons of opportunity for cross-curricular learning and collaborative play.
  • Support children to explore and play with a wide range of media and materials.
  • Provide opportunities for children to recount experiences and imagine possibilities, connecting ideas.
  • Encourage children to use a range of vocabulary in imaginative ways to add information, express ideas or justify actions or events.
  • Children can use play to bring together their current understandings, combining, refining and exploring their ideas in imaginative ways.
  • Children have the materials to represent experiences through imaginative play which supports the development of narrative thought and the ability to see from other perspectives.
  • Relevant strategies to build vocabulary. Resources support participation in performances, roleplay, and improvisation as well as collaborative conversation.

Further Information

Age Range
3-7 Years
Brand
Hope Education
EYFS
Yes
EYFS Aim
Communication and Language; Literacy
Genre
Popular Stories
Key Stage 1
Yes
Key Stage 2
NO
Key Stage 3
NO
Primary Learning Outcome
Reading Comprehension; Spoken Language KS1
Product Type
Story Sacks

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