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HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Urgent help needed please - INTERVIEW!!!!!! I need ideas for a Story book to read to hold attention of small group of children (aged 3 - 4 yrs) mixed ability plus child with additional needs - SEN - Theme - People who help us if possible.

 

Mind blank................argh!!!!!

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How about 'we're going on a bear hunt'- it doesn't link in with people who help us, but is always a winner, and you can always get the children involved too.

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Our children were a bit into opposites last week and so we were looking for stories covering that sort of subject, anyway, we read one called Not Like that Like This, not a terrifically long book, but it is about a dad who gets his head stuck in the railings at the park, and groups of people come along and try to get him out in various ways, generally a version of pushing or pulling motions, in the end the Fire fighters turn up and use their gadget to force the bars apart. The children did like the book and because there was counting going on - different amounts of people turning up in the groups they engaged in that.

 

Don't have the book here because one little chap wanted to take it home, but seem to remember it's by Tony Bradman

 

Not strictly people who help us, but what about Monkey Puzzle where the butterfly tries to help little monkey find its mother, our children do like to join in with that one.

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My favourite is Ness the Nurse by Nick Sharratt. A simple rhyming story about a nurse who has ten plasters for children who hurt themselves. A maths element and lovely illustrations too.

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