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World Book Day

World Book Day

World Book Day is only 2 days away, are you ready!?

We hope you are, but if not, have a read of some of these fantastic activities our tpet community suggested….

“Take a picture of the kids as if they’re reading – print out and cut out the outline of the child. Children design their own book covers which are stapled to their pictures to look 3D on a display – looks like the children are reading their books!” (Suggested by Sarah)

“All staff in school (teaching and non teaching) will be reading/telling a story to a group of children they don’t usually work with.” (Shared by Karen)

“We’re doing bedtime stories so everyone’s coming in pjs and bringing a teddy!” (Shared by Ruth)

“We are doing an extreme reading competition. Kids (and parents can enter too!) have to have their photo taken reading a book in an extreme place such as skiing, swimming, up a tree etc.” (Shared by Tannya)

I have some made some World Book Day bunting, especially for the occasion – why not decorate your classroom, corridor or even your book fair? DOWNLOAD HERE FOR FREE

We also have lots of free story book resources for children’s favourite texts… VIEW STORY RESOURCES

And what about some story telling games… VIEW STORY TELLING GAMES

Teaching Ideas also have a whole library full of teaching games and ideas for you to use with your children and best of all, they’re all free… TEACHING IDEAS LIBRARY

Author: Christina

My name's Christina and I work over at Teacher's Pet. I'm the gal responsible for creating all the resources, answering emails and taking care of our social network pages. I'm a fully qualified teacher (taught mostly in lower KS2 but secretly 'Reception is my favourite'). Also spent a lot of time working with children and young adults with disabilities with a passion for working with those with ASD.

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