Our downloadable woodland animal fact cards teach us about foxes, hedgehogs, rabbits and deers and will help start children off on their voyage of discovery of uk wildlife. Use on the whiteboard or on tablet computers.

Also available with or without text and images and also as a blank printable template.

Reward your storytellers with this How the platypus got his shape themed certificate.

This resource sheet features an excerpt about food on board HM Bark Endeavour written by Mr Perry, one of the ship’s doctors.

Use these templates to create your own A to Z book of Australia.

Let the children demonstrate how well they’ve understood How the platypus got his shape with these comprehension questions.

Perfect for class assemblies or drama productions our editable How the platypus got his shape playscript can be adapted for as few as six children or as many as 16 (with non-speaking parts for others).

In some cultures foxes are often depicted as symbols of deceit and cunning. Why do the children think that foxes are thought of in this way? How does our language reinforce this image? Discuss foxy language and anthropomorphisation.

Talk to the children about what could be happening in our Sea topic's story starter image. (Also, perfect for talking about scale.)

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