Pie Corbett Story Writing Box: Early Years and Key Stage 1

Pie Corbett Story Writing Box: Early Years and Key Stage 1
HE1814513

Product code: HE1814513

GBP89.99
GBP107.99 inc VAT
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Product Description

The Pie Corbett Story Writing Box: Early Years and Key Stage 1 is the perfect accompaniment to your pupils' storytelling journey. You don't have to be using Talk 4 Writing in your class to incorporate this treasure trove of exciting activities and resources.

The Story Writing Box for Early Years and KS1 begin children on their storytelling adventures with a focus on reading and imitating stories that are familiar to them. The Teacher's Guide included is full of tips and activities to be used in the classroom, informing your teaching, and cutting down your planning time.

  • Excite and engage your youngest pupils with the fantastic activities, flashcards, and a poster included in the Story Writing Box.
  • Use as part of your intervention and catch up groups by providing resources perfect for small group work.
  • Give your voice a rest and let Pie take over. Digital recordings of him reading stories out are included in this fabulous resource!

What's in the box?

1 x Teacher's Guide

28 x character cards

20 x setting cards

20 x plot idea cards

20 x story starter cards

20 x connective cards

30 x how/why cards

23 x story trail cards

4 x message cards

1 x poster

1 x USB filled with digital resources

(Please note that this is an updated resource based on the previously published Story Maker's Chest by Pie Corbett.)

  • A pack of fabulous resources to help children learn, retell and create their own stories
  • A useful handbook which explains the Talk for Writing process from imitate, to innovate and then to inventing their own stories
  • Sample stories are included in the book, but also as digital recordings, read by Pie himself
  • The glossy cards allow you to create stories with the children - perhaps laying a story trail around school
  • The digital resources allow you to individualise the resources and create your own story cards to match or challenge the interests of your class

  • Provide opportunities for writing clearly, accurately, and coherently, adapting language and style for a range of audiences.
  • Children can listen to stories, accurately anticipating key events and respond to what they hear with relevant comments, questions, and actions.
  • Pupils answer questions about their experiences in response to stories.
  • Provide opportunities for children to use past, present and future forms accurately.
  • Children are given opportunities to develop their own narratives by connecting ideas or events.
  • Children are encouraged to read and write, both through listening to others reading, and being encouraged to read and write themselves.
  • Provide pupils with a wide range of reading material.
  • Promote high standards of language and literacy by equipping pupils with a strong command of the spoken and written word.
  • Help children acquire knowledge of linguistic conventions for reading, writing and spoken language.
  • Develop comprehension skills through experience of high-quality discussion with the teacher.

Further Information

Age Range
4-7 Years
EYFS
Yes
EYFS Aim
Literacy
Key Stage 1
Yes
Key Stage 2
NO
Key Stage 3
NO
Primary Learning Outcomes
Writing - Composition; Writing - Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation
Product Type
Writing Prompts; Class Kits
Publisher
Scholastic
GBP89.99
GBP107.99 inc VAT
In stock
Quantity:

The Pie Corbett Story Writing Box: Early Years and Key Stage 1 is the perfect accompaniment to your pupils' storytelling journey. You don't have to be using Talk 4 Writing in your class to incorporate this treasure trove of exciting activities and resources.

The Story Writing Box for Early Years and KS1 begin children on their storytelling adventures with a focus on reading and imitating stories that are familiar to them. The Teacher's Guide included is full of tips and activities to be used in the classroom, informing your teaching, and cutting down your planning time.

  • Excite and engage your youngest pupils with the fantastic activities, flashcards, and a poster included in the Story Writing Box.
  • Use as part of your intervention and catch up groups by providing resources perfect for small group work.
  • Give your voice a rest and let Pie take over. Digital recordings of him reading stories out are included in this fabulous resource!

What's in the box?

1 x Teacher's Guide

28 x character cards

20 x setting cards

20 x plot idea cards

20 x story starter cards

20 x connective cards

30 x how/why cards

23 x story trail cards

4 x message cards

1 x poster

1 x USB filled with digital resources

(Please note that this is an updated resource based on the previously published Story Maker's Chest by Pie Corbett.)

  • A pack of fabulous resources to help children learn, retell and create their own stories
  • A useful handbook which explains the Talk for Writing process from imitate, to innovate and then to inventing their own stories
  • Sample stories are included in the book, but also as digital recordings, read by Pie himself
  • The glossy cards allow you to create stories with the children - perhaps laying a story trail around school
  • The digital resources allow you to individualise the resources and create your own story cards to match or challenge the interests of your class

  • Provide opportunities for writing clearly, accurately, and coherently, adapting language and style for a range of audiences.
  • Children can listen to stories, accurately anticipating key events and respond to what they hear with relevant comments, questions, and actions.
  • Pupils answer questions about their experiences in response to stories.
  • Provide opportunities for children to use past, present and future forms accurately.
  • Children are given opportunities to develop their own narratives by connecting ideas or events.
  • Children are encouraged to read and write, both through listening to others reading, and being encouraged to read and write themselves.
  • Provide pupils with a wide range of reading material.
  • Promote high standards of language and literacy by equipping pupils with a strong command of the spoken and written word.
  • Help children acquire knowledge of linguistic conventions for reading, writing and spoken language.
  • Develop comprehension skills through experience of high-quality discussion with the teacher.

Further Information

Age Range
4-7 Years
EYFS
Yes
EYFS Aim
Literacy
Key Stage 1
Yes
Key Stage 2
NO
Key Stage 3
NO
Primary Learning Outcomes
Writing - Composition; Writing - Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation
Product Type
Writing Prompts; Class Kits
Publisher
Scholastic

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