Teaching resources for Rob Biddulph’s Show and Tell

5th September 2019

A brilliant pack of teaching activities and ideas created by the experts at Teach Early Years offering suggestions
for how to use Show and Tell by the official World Book Day illustrator Rob Biddulph in the classroom.

From building rhyme chains to growing sunflowers, sorting sizes and making volcanoes,
there’s a wealth of ideas in this pack, all perfect for Early Years and KS1.

 

 

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