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Hal Taylor designed and built this chair so he could read to his three children.

Hal Taylor designed and built this chair so he could read to his three children.

story map -- draw a path down the middle of a large sheet of bulletin board paper. At one end of the path, write "Once upon a time" & at the other end write "The End" > walk down the path and retell the story

story map -- draw a path down the middle of a large sheet of bulletin board paper. At one end of the path, write "Once upon a time" & at the other end write "The End" > walk down the path and retell the story

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Great idea for fairy tales!  Using white butcher paper, the teacher wrote "Once up a time" at the beginning of the sheet, and "The end" at the end.  Kids drew and wrote a story in between:)

Great idea for fairy tales! Using white butcher paper, the teacher wrote "Once up a time" at the beginning of the sheet, and "The end" at the end. Kids drew and wrote a story in between:)

Kids draw the parts of the story on it on sticky notes and place them on the retell/comprehension chart. Three little pigs

Kids draw the parts of the story on it on sticky notes and place them on the retell/comprehension chart. Three little pigs

The Three Little Pigs! Story spoons in action! Retelling, children, EYFS, early years, literacy, C&L, communication, play, learning! Natalie's Story Spoons!

The Three Little Pigs! Story spoons in action! Retelling, children, EYFS, early years, literacy, C&L, communication, play, learning! Natalie's Story Spoons!

Cute circle time activity, have the kids split up into groups of three and come up with 5 words that describe teddy bears, then you could talk about what you do with teddy bears

Cute circle time activity, have the kids split up into groups of three and come up with 5 words that describe teddy bears, then you could talk about what you do with teddy bears

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