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This resource is designed to make children aware of the basic structure of a simple story i.e. beginning, middle and end. The stories encourage children to consider: Who? Where? When? And what happens? The four stories told through the 12 cards each, are: as well as the stories themselves, the reverse of each card will contain a photocopiable tool for students to create their own stories from the characters and situations. Puppets of the animal characters are included to help students retell the story. Developing narrative skills will always be fun when using these beautifully-illustrated picture stories and character puppets! Age: 4+ - contents: 48 picture cards illustrating four stories; instruction booklet and four felt animal puppets: Sulu the Lion - Lions can't climb trees ...or can they?, Rolo the Hippo - This isn't my pool!, Mala & Rosie - Big elephant, little elephant, Dot the Giraffe - Who's eaten the jam?
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Sue Duggleby is a speech language therapist working with children with special needs in a school setting. She has also been involved in a government-funded project training school staff. Ross Duggleby is working as an architectural designer and illustrator.Review:
Speech and Language Therapy in Practice Review Motivating and Fun These colourful, simple resources use computer style animated pictures and the motivating jungle animals capture interest. Felt puppets to match makes a fun game and assessment tool as children do not feel under pressure. The narrative set has 12 picture cards for each of the four stories, and they can be shortened. The manual details a script and the cards are clearly labelled. The sequencing set has 3, 4 and 5 part sequencing pictures, four at each level. These value-for-money cards are great for resourced language provisions, schools and key stage 2 children. The manuals are written in 9 different languages, so this could also be a useful multilingual resource. Reviewer: Laura Baker is a special needs speech and language therapist at Winchester and Eastleigh
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