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Favourite Storybook Activities For Spring - CHAPTER SLICE

Grades K to 1 - eBook - Chapter Slice

  • Favourite Storybook Activities For Spring Gr. K-1 - CHAPTER SLICE - eBook
  • Favourite Storybook Activities For Spring Gr. K-1 - CHAPTER SLICE - eBook
  • Favourite Storybook Activities For Spring Gr. K-1 - CHAPTER SLICE - eBook
  • Favourite Storybook Activities For Spring Gr. K-1 - CHAPTER SLICE - eBook
Order #: RHPZ25_free Grades: K, 1 Reading Level: K-1 Total Page: 7
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This FREE chapter slice includes a section from our Favourite Storybook Activities for Spring title.

Enjoy 7 FREE worksheets from our Favourite Storybook Activities for Spring title. These worksheets can be used on their own, or paired with the individual resources. And the best part is, it's FREE.

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About the full resource, Favourite Storybook Activities for Spring:

You will find activities that complement some favourite storybooks for spring. The hands-on activities are easy to colour and assemble from the provided patterns. Each storybook has at least one activity to complement it. The storybooks listed in this resource are easy to find in soft cover at any quality children's bookstore. They are also available at most local libraries and in many school libraries. In the classroom, storybooks are explored for a variety of reasons: to study the interesting illustrations, the repetitive text, the narrative styles and so on. The purpose of this resource is to promote literacy and the shared reading experience. This Holidays lesson provides a teacher and student section with activities, word search, draw and colour to create a well-rounded lesson plan.

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