Travelling Tales - What the Ladybird Heard KIT

Travelling Tales - What the Ladybird Heard KIT
HE1823198

Product code: HE1823198

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Product Description

Looking for a one-stop shop of storytelling resources? The Travelling Tales series from Hope Education: What the Ladybird Heard is a great bank of cross-curricular resources that can be used to plan a series of lessons centred around a quality text. What more could you want?

What the Ladybird Heard comes from the masterful penmanship of Julia Donaldson and tells the tale of a small ladybird who overhears the cunning plan of robbers Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len. The ladybird and all her farmyard friends get to work to foil the robbers' plans to steal a prize cow, teaching pupils the importance of listening and the significance of even the smallest and seemingly insignificant individual.

This Travelling Tales story sack includes an audio book CD of the story to help save your voice! There are also finger puppets of the animals found on the farm and a printed story mat to help pupils re-tell the story in a memorable way. Other cross-curricular resources to help engage reluctant readers in their reading include a board game and a non-fiction book.

  • Find inspiration and plan a series of effective storytelling lessons using the Teacher Guide included in every Travelling Tales sack.
  • Help your pupils learn important storytelling skills and make links between what they are reading and other activities and subjects using the cross-curricular resources included.
  • Excite your pupils about reading with the fantastically funny story of What the Ladybird Heard.

What's in the Travelling Tales sack?

1 x copy of What the Ladybird Heard with audio book CD

1 x set of animal finger puppets**

1 x printed mat of a farm**

1 x non-fiction book**

1 x Listening Lotto game**

1 x Teacher Guide**

Contents may vary from description due to availability.

**Products are not affiliated with, or approved by, Julia Donaldson or Pan MacMillan.

  • Quality texts from well-known authors, great for sharing with children; the patterned language promotes choral reading and retelling, naturally encouraging audience participation!
  • Each bag provides a window into a new world where the children can learn new ideas and information through engaging and exciting stories.
  • Good quality materials support the texts, allowing children to create their own play with the characters, further developing vocabulary and language.
  • Each bag contains a related non-fiction text, developing the idea of the story with further information.
  • The games link to the text and provide the opportunity to work collaboratively and take turns, while extending and developing the story.
  • Provide opportunities for children to express views about events or characters in a story and to answer questions about what happened.
  • Provide a wide range of media and materials to share thoughts, ideas, and feelings.
  • After listening to stories, children can express views about events or characters in the story and answer questions about why things happened.
  • Expose children to a wide range of reading material with lots of opportunities to engage with books that fire their imagination and interest.
  • Pupils are given the opportunity to explain their understanding of books whilst developing comprehension skills as well as increasing vocabulary.
  • Resources allow children to adopt, create, and sustain the roles of characters in the stories.
  • Opportunities for improvisation as well as script drama are provided.
  • Many opportunities for discussion of stories and books with the teacher including non-fiction texts.

Further Information

Age Range
3-7 Years
Brand
Travelling Tales
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
GBP99.99
GBP119.99 inc VAT
In stock
Quantity:

Looking for a one-stop shop of storytelling resources? The Travelling Tales series from Hope Education: What the Ladybird Heard is a great bank of cross-curricular resources that can be used to plan a series of lessons centred around a quality text. What more could you want?

What the Ladybird Heard comes from the masterful penmanship of Julia Donaldson and tells the tale of a small ladybird who overhears the cunning plan of robbers Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len. The ladybird and all her farmyard friends get to work to foil the robbers' plans to steal a prize cow, teaching pupils the importance of listening and the significance of even the smallest and seemingly insignificant individual.

This Travelling Tales story sack includes an audio book CD of the story to help save your voice! There are also finger puppets of the animals found on the farm and a printed story mat to help pupils re-tell the story in a memorable way. Other cross-curricular resources to help engage reluctant readers in their reading include a board game and a non-fiction book.

  • Find inspiration and plan a series of effective storytelling lessons using the Teacher Guide included in every Travelling Tales sack.
  • Help your pupils learn important storytelling skills and make links between what they are reading and other activities and subjects using the cross-curricular resources included.
  • Excite your pupils about reading with the fantastically funny story of What the Ladybird Heard.

What's in the Travelling Tales sack?

1 x copy of What the Ladybird Heard with audio book CD

1 x set of animal finger puppets**

1 x printed mat of a farm**

1 x non-fiction book**

1 x Listening Lotto game**

1 x Teacher Guide**

Contents may vary from description due to availability.

**Products are not affiliated with, or approved by, Julia Donaldson or Pan MacMillan.

  • Quality texts from well-known authors, great for sharing with children; the patterned language promotes choral reading and retelling, naturally encouraging audience participation!
  • Each bag provides a window into a new world where the children can learn new ideas and information through engaging and exciting stories.
  • Good quality materials support the texts, allowing children to create their own play with the characters, further developing vocabulary and language.
  • Each bag contains a related non-fiction text, developing the idea of the story with further information.
  • The games link to the text and provide the opportunity to work collaboratively and take turns, while extending and developing the story.
  • Provide opportunities for children to express views about events or characters in a story and to answer questions about what happened.
  • Provide a wide range of media and materials to share thoughts, ideas, and feelings.
  • After listening to stories, children can express views about events or characters in the story and answer questions about why things happened.
  • Expose children to a wide range of reading material with lots of opportunities to engage with books that fire their imagination and interest.
  • Pupils are given the opportunity to explain their understanding of books whilst developing comprehension skills as well as increasing vocabulary.
  • Resources allow children to adopt, create, and sustain the roles of characters in the stories.
  • Opportunities for improvisation as well as script drama are provided.
  • Many opportunities for discussion of stories and books with the teacher including non-fiction texts.

Further Information

Age Range
3-7 Years
Brand
Travelling Tales
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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