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Fairytales Y3

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Just_For_Now, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. Hi,

    I am currently planning fairytales block for my year 3's and I am trying to find a more inventive way of beginning the topic such as music or pictures. I was just wondering if anyone had tried this and what they used. It's such a vast topic but my creative theme is Roald Dahl and I was hoping to use some of his fairytales too. Any ideas or advice would be appreciated!
    Thanks!
     
  2. Hi,

    I am currently planning fairytales block for my year 3's and I am trying to find a more inventive way of beginning the topic such as music or pictures. I was just wondering if anyone had tried this and what they used. It's such a vast topic but my creative theme is Roald Dahl and I was hoping to use some of his fairytales too. Any ideas or advice would be appreciated!
    Thanks!
     
  3. How about The Jolly Postman by Janet and Allen Ahlberg?
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