Tiger-Themed Lockdown Activities!

If you follow this blog, you’ll know that I teach and also that I love using picture books and Sir David Attenborough’s TV shows in the classroom! With the current situation, I decided to plan a day of activities based around an animal that stars in both of these media – the tiger – to… Continue Reading →

Review: A

Tonight, T picked out a book we found hiding away in the non-fiction section at our local library – A Planet Full of Plastic by Neal Layton. This really is a book for our times. With the planet becoming more and more aware of the damage we are doing to our environment and the issues… Continue Reading →

Our Planet KS1 Narwhals Comprehension

Now, when you see that Netflix have kindly shared on YouTube a clip of the world’s greatest narrator and wildlife hero talking about the ocean’s coolest animal, and you hear almost immediately that he mentions unicorns, you need to get that clip on in the classroom right?! 🦄🦄🦄 So here we have a free comprehension… Continue Reading →

Review – Where’s the Elephant

For tonight’s bedtime story, T picked out a library book by one of the most original and talented picture book author/illustrators around – Where’s the Elephant by Barroux. When we picked this book up at the library, we thought we’d found ourselves a rainforest based version of Where’s Wally, with Wally replaced by an elephant…. Continue Reading →

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