Follow the story of The Runaway Peathat bounces around the kitchen and goes on a hilarious adventure after escaping from the dinner plate. Use the video along with the themed English and maths worksheets to enjoy this funny story.
Join Sam as he meets the new lambs on the farm and tells the story of Curly Sheep who is having a really bad hair day! Then join Bobbie to discover why sheep are sheared in the summer.
Former Welsh Regional Educational Consultant, Beth Simons, reads ‘Methu Symud’, by Heather Amery and Anna Milbourne. It’s a charming tale about the adventures of Wichyn, a piglet who goes in search of extra breakfast, only to get himself into a spot of trouble! The reading is recorded on Beth’s home farm in Pembrokeshire.
Sample this super Stick Maninspiredresource provided by Social Farms & Gardens as part of their World Book Day celebrations and learn how to make a natural mobile.
This Poetree resource by Learning through Landscapes is perfect for making a simple creative writing lesson outdoors, using a tree and all the pupils' senses to support them in writing a poem.
All over the country, there are words disappearing from children’s lives. These are the words of the natural world- otter, bramble and acorn are all gone. The Lost Words book and this resource aim to use a range of poems by Robert Macfarlane and beautiful illustrations by Jackie Morris to capture the magic of language and nature. The challenge cards help to facilitate the opportunity for children to think about the world around them in lots of interesting and informative ways.
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