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Stories, Literacy, Key Stage 1 - Interactive Whiteboard Resources Tiger's House This story book is a fun activity in which pages can be turned onscreen. Choose to read or hear the story. It can help you to be safe at home. There are two levels so it is suitable for 4 - 7 year olds Jack and the Beanstalk Listen to or read the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. The Lucky Seed A delightful, animated story about a seed which grows up to become a tree. Dotty and Boo Cat in The Stinky Wood An animated story where children watch and then answer questions at the end. The Bad Puppy A short animated story with repetitive text and high fequency words. Monster Shopping Trip A brilliantly animated story with text about Hairy Henry's birthday with monster characters. The Three Little Pigs A well animated story with text of the traditional tale 'The Three Little Pigs'. Mr Small - A Big Day Out An animated story about Mr Small by Roger Hargreaves. Animated Aesop's Fables Fairy Tales Delightful traditional and fantasy animated, narrated stories arranged in themes. Jungle Eyes

I Love Maths Games 10 Word Cloud Generators You Have Probably Never Tried A few days back, we looked at five great ways to incorporate word cloud generators into your classroom. There are obviously many more uses out there for them – but that is a discussion for another post. We’ve mentioned most of these before – in a post from way back when – so I won’t go into too much detail about each individual one, but we’ve added a few notable ones to the list. (Of note, the list is in no particular order). The vast majority of them work the same: plug your text into the box, select a few options, and you’ve got yourself a word cloud. If you do a quick search for word cloud, you’ll see so many different types. Do you have a favorite word cloud generator from the list below? Wordle Jason Davies’ Word Cloud Generator WordSift WordItOut Tagul TagCrowd Yippy WordMosaic AbcYa Tagxedo VocabGrabber

Stories | CBeebies Summary Watch and listen as the CBeebies presenters tell a story. Often retelling traditional stories and fairytales, the presenters read aloud from a picture book. Children can sit back and listen as well as follow the pictures on screen. Enjoying being read to, talking about books, reading stories and becoming familiar with them creates enthusiasm and interest that is likely to stay with children. Educational Benefits CBeebies Stories helps children to: Learn how to follow a narrative and recognise different characters.Find out about different cultures beyond their own.Learn to identify with different characters and experience different emotions. Website benefits and summary Watch the videos of the presenters telling the stories and print out bookmarks to use at home.

Virtual Farm Walk Just before you set off, make sure your speakers are turned on. You will be able to choose where you want to go and how long you want to stay. And if it looks like it might rain, then you'd better put your boots on... Technical bits and bobs To view the Virtual Farm Walk online you will need the free Adobe Shockwave player. Also, you'll need a broadband internet connection as some parts of the walk are quite big to download. If you are unable to install Shockwave, or would prefer not to, then you can still view the Virtual Farm Walk off line (see below). How to view the walk off line In addition to viewing the farm walk on line, you can also download a package (approx 33mb) to install it on your computer. Before downloading or viewing the Virtual Farm Walk, please check the terms of use.

Act!vated folk tales for reading out loud Here are stories for you to read aloud. These stories have been adapted from some of the stories that were performed on stage. Grab a friend and check out a book to read right here on your computer. Read Stories Online Davy Crockett the man and the legend (You decide where to put the animals on your screen as you read.) Orpheus a Greek Myth. Vasalisa and Baba Yaga The Russian Cinderella faces the nasty ole ogre Baba Yaga. Simple Ivan a simpleton story from Russia - with suggestions for acting it out. Follow the Buzz - A story from Japan, also known as "The Bee and the Dream" told in the narrative style of "Unfortunate Events". Toyama no Kin-san - A "Robin Hood" story we learned during our trip to Japan. Are you in the mood for a ghost story? Read along with the Act! Read along as you listen to the story. The Princess who Couldn't Laugh: classic story from Norway about a princess who was very charming except that she had no sense of humor. Act! Listen to your favorite stories being Act! More Act!

Astronomy For Kids Free eBook Library Join Oxford Owl!We’ve made all our FREE eBooks tablet-friendly, simply join us or log in above. sign up log in Folk Tales and Fables Come play again later! Come play again tomorrow! Sid the Science Kid . Super Fab Lab Come play again later! Come play again tomorrow! Black History Month February is Black History Month, a time when communities and schools give special attention to learning about the contributions and history of African Americans. We've gathered some great resources you can share with students in February — and throughout the year. Writers, illustrators, and storytellers Video interviews with children's book authors and illustrators Watch Reading Rockets' interviews with celebrated African American children's book authors and illustrators, and children's literature historian, Leonard Marcus, who talks about the history of multicultural children's books in the U.S. from the 1960s onward. Watch the full interviews with these award-winning authors and illustrators: Celebrating Black History Month with Poetry On her Poetry for Children website, Sylvia Vardell showcases wonderful poetry created by African American poets who write for young people, including Marilyn Nelson, Nikki Giovanni, Carole Boston Weatherford, Nikki Grimes, Ashley Bryan, Charles R.

Coloring Book Fun Felt Board - Mother Goose on the Loose Based on the award-winning early literacy program by Dr. Betsy Diamant-Cohen, Mother Goose on the Loose, and developed by the creators of the original Felt Board app, Felt Board – Mother Goose on the Loose can be used by parents and children at home, in early childhood programs, and by librarians as a supplement to the Mother Goose on the Loose parent-toddler program. Help Little Bo Peep find her lost sheep and dance them around the screen together in time to the music. Guide Jack and Jill up and down the hill and march with Grand Old Duke of York. Sound effect buttons like rhythm sticks, rattles and a rain stick are included for young children to interact with songs and rhymes as they are played. Songs and rhymes include: Old Mother Goose, Goosey Goosey Gander, Jack and Jill, Jack Be Nimble, 2 Little Monkeys, 5 Fat Sausages, Humpty Dumpty, Little Bo Peep, Little Miss Muffet, Hickory Dickory Dock, Eency Weency Spider, Row Row Row Your Boat, and more. Testimonials

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