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Tiddalick, the very thirsty frog is a well known Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Story. This resource is a prefect way to include an Aboriginal perspective into your classroom for NAIDOC and Reconciliation week.
This resource includes:
* The Dreamti
Story and Skit Adaption By Jennifer Dickman This is based on the books by Ana Martin Larranaga and Keith Faulkner. I enjoyed creating these puppets to use for my 1st graders animal theme birthday. This was a great activity for K-3. Use this for Reading, Drama, Skits, Arts & Crafts, etc. Use thes
The fairy tale story of the Frog Prince is a fun and simple story for students to follow. Perfect for early years students, the story involves sequencing and repetition throughout, giving students opportunities to build their literacy skills with fun and engaging activities.This pack contains:⭐ Inst
AESOP'S FABLES REWRITTEN FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS!
Your students will be able to read these fables aloud and determine their moral. Multiple choices answers are provided along with each fable as well as prompts for a written response.
Learning Target Activities include:
My Little Book of Fables