Learning Resources

Sensory activities which can be used in an ASN setting with any book.

Ideas to introduce poetry to P4-7 pupils in an exciting and creative way.

Ainslie McCabe, a class teacher at Neilston Primary School gives hints and tips for how to create a buzz around a Read, Write, Count gifting event in your school.

Check out the ideas and resources below for help to create stories for our Rebel Writing Campaign for schools.

This resource will give you and your pupils great activity ideas to try with any book. From designing a board game, to holding a balloon debate, to creating a video diary, this resource will help your pupils also to not only enjoy the books they are reading, but to gain a deeper understanding of the text.

The Scottish Teenage Book Prize can help you inspire pupils to read for pleasure, and this resource will help you plan fun, cross-curricular activities based on the books. Whether you're looking for activities to do in library book groups or in the classroom, we hope there's something for you here!

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.

This guide from writer Alison Irvine will help you and your pupils get to grips with personal writing. From coming up with ideas to writing dialogue, Alison's resource will help develop a number of key skills to make writing come to life.

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