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Morag Hood reads I am Bat

Age: 0-5, 6-8
Curriculum areas: Literacy and English
Format: Video
Authors: Morag Hood

Morag Hood's picture book I am Bat has been shortlisted for the Bookbug Picture Book Prize 2019. You can hear Morag read the story in full in this video, and there's also a fun little activity for your pupils to do at the end.

Alan Windram's picture book One Button Benny has been shortlisted for the Bookbug Picture Book Prize 2019. You can hear Alan read the story in full in this video, and there's also a fun little activity for your pupils to do at the end.

Emily Mackenzie's picture book Eric makes a Splash has been shortlisted for the Bookbug Picture Book Prize 2019. You can hear Emily read the story in full in this video, and there's also a fun little activity for your pupils to do at the end.

These resources will be a fantastic help to any teacher of pupils who experience communication difficulties. The symbol sheets will help pupils discuss the three shortlisted titles for the Bookbug Picture Book Prize 2019 and vote for their favourite. There are also activity sheets to help pupils do some of the activities in the main Bookbug Picture Book Prize learning resources.

This resource has been designed to help teachers and librarians use the three shortlisted books to inspire cross-curricular learning activities. You'll also find some great song and rhyme suggestions for each book, and a book list related to each title.

These resource sheets are designed for early years staff to support the Bookbug Explorer Bag. We hope that the resource sheets for each of the books will provide inspiration for cross-curricular learning activities. 

It can be hugely rewarding to bring different generations together in learning activities. In this resource, find out how pupils and older people can interview each other and produce pieces of writing.

At St. Ninian’s Primary School, South Ayrshire, our Primary 1/2 and Primary 7 classes have enjoyed taking part in a Shared Reading project. The aim of this project was to increase pupils’ enjoyment in reading.

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