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National Poetry Day 2016

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National Poetry Day 2016National Poetry Day  takes place this week on Thursday 6 October 2016. The theme for the 2016 Poetry Day is Messages. There are a range of projects and events planned for the day. The winning poems have already been published; it would be great to read them altogether, as a class, or school:

  • The Sea Says
  • A Message to the Future
  • Messages in Space
  • SSSNNNWHUFFFLL and
  • Postcard Poems

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Digital Story Telling

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Digital Story TellingDigital story telling has become a very important aspect in the modern world. Children have access to so much multi-media, much of which is free to use or self-created using technology. To bring it altogether in this way is a brilliant way to demonstrate creativity!

50 Ways to tell the Dominoe Story is a really useful site to ...

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Free Kids Books

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Free Kids BooksFree Kids Books is a great website for teachers. It houses a collection of free, read online, or downloadable as PDFs, children’s picture books. They would certainly add to classroom resources, if extras are needed.

“Free Kids Books is a growing library of unique children’s books and literary resources available for download in a user friendly PDF format. We aim to provide easy access to great free children’s books and resources, for the ...

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Christmas Word Searches and Puzzles

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Christmas Word SearchChristmas Word Searches and Puzzles. Here is a bit of fun which can be used for those last minute time  fillers whilst the children are waiting to perform in the Christmas Play or Carol Service.

There are different levels starting with a ten word word search and working up to a very complicated 58 word exercise. There are two which require really neat ...

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Myths and Legends

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1-logo M&LMyths and Legends. This brilliant site is for pupils, teachers and all those who enjoy stories and storytelling. It will also prove useful to those classes that are undertaking a myths and legends project. 

“The World is rich in myths, folktales and legends. For example, almost every city, town and village in Britain has its own special story, be it ...

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