Literacy and Role Play
Story presentation – colourful illustrated presentation telling the Funnybones story – great for reading as a class in large groups or printing for extra support for pupils
Story sack tag / front cover – to help keep all your resources together or to make a cover sheet for pupils work.
Alphabet flashcards – each letter on a skeleton
Face Drawings of the characters in the book
70 Story words related to the story - each card has a cute bone border – great for putting into sentences or can be sued as display
3 Face masks to make of the characters- great for retelling the story and also making up different stories
3 Poems related to bones and skeletons with animated images.
Writing pages with Funnybones title and images
Question cards to ask pupils before, during and after reading the story
Question cards with questions related to the story of 'Funnybones‘ – for pupils to fill in the missing words
An A4 word mat- great for writing about the story or for display in the writing area
Story board to retell the story or to write new stories
A number line to 20 with the numbers on hats (Big skeleton’s hat)
10 Bones cards - Labels of the different bones in the body
Skeleton image with labels – suitable for older children.
Art and activities
A moving skeleton of the skeleton character in the story to make- the pieces need to be fixed together using split pins
Art activity – make a mobile – including 50 great colourful images
Colourful bingo game with bone names
Drawing activity – finish the dog face
Drawing activity – finish little skeletons face
Drawing activity – draw new hats for big skeleton
Large display title 'Funnybones' with a bone patterned border
Alphabet of letters each made of bones to make any words you want
2 Display borders – one with bones on a black background and other with red and white stripes – to make versatile and colourful display.
Large Full skeleton drawings of all characters in the story – 3 A4 pages tall – can be printed smaller if needed
An A4 sized page border- great for quickly displaying the children’s work or pictures