OLIVER'S FRUIT SALAD book study

OLIVER'S FRUIT SALAD book study
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The pack includes:

Display resources

Banner- a long colourful banner for your display

Display border- a border for you to print out as many times as you need to use on a display board of any size

Characters- large coloured pictures of the characters in the story ‘Oliver’s Fruit Salad’ to add to your display

Story words- as set of word cards with words relating to the story- great to add to your display or use on your writing area

Story questions- a set of decorated cards with questions about the story

Posters- a set of posters showing the fruit name and picture

Oliver’s fruit photos- a lovely set of photos showing the different fruit that Oliver used for his fruit salad

Other fruit photos- a set of 20 photo posters showing other fruit that could be included in a fruit salad and also some unusual fruits

Title poster- a colourful poster with the title, authors name and illustrators’ name

Fruit descriptive words- a set of word cards with a fruit border with words the children can use to describe different fruits and also blank cards for you to add your own words

Role play/ story props

Face masks- a set of coloured masks for retelling the story of ‘Oliver’s Fruit Salad’ or for making up new stories

Puppets- coloured stick puppets to make

Sequencing pictures- pictures to sequence when retelling the story

Story props- a set of props to use when retelling the story

Literacy

A4 word card- an A4 sized card with words and pictures about the story ‘Oliver’s Fruit Salad’- great to use when writing

Fruit alphabet line- an alphabet line on different fruit from the story to print out and display

Worksheets- various worksheets including speech bubbles, matching words to pictures, writing the initial sounds of different fruits, writing words to describe different fruits, fruit salad instruction writing and fruits I like and dislike

Writing pages- four photocopiable sheets with borders for the children to write about the story or to include in your writing area

Word searches- two word searches with words and pictures from the story

Five a day- a worksheet for the children to draw and write about the fruit and vegetables they have eaten each day to make their ‘five a day’

Story sack label- a label to use on your Oliver’s Fruit Salad story sack

Shopping list worksheet- two different worksheets to draw or write what Oliver’s Mum bought at the supermarket

Shopping list templates- decorated templates to write your own shopping lists

Numeracy

Jam number line- create a long number line for your classroom on strawberry and blackcurrant jam pots

Number rhyme pack 1- ‘Five currant bun s with a cherry on top’- contains rhyme card, singing props and face masks

Number rhyme pack 2- ‘Way up high in the apple tree’- contains rhyme card, singing props and face masks

Addition sums on fruits- great to make a number display

Counting cards-count the number of fruits on each card from 1-10

Counting mat- an A4 counting mat up to 10 with numbers and pictures

Power points

Story questions- answer the questions about the story and click on the correct answer

Guess the fruits- reveal the clues and guess which fruit it is

Counting Power point- count the number of objects on each page and click on the correct answer

Art and craft

Puppets- colour and make your own puppets for retelling the story

Face masks- colour the face masks

Colouring pictures- various pictures to colour of the fruits and characters

Colouring posters- posters to colour

Cut and stick the fruits- cut out and colour the different fruits pieces to make a big bowl of fruit salad

Draw and describe- Various worksheets to use when looking at the different fruits to draw them and what they look like inside, describe them and draw what the seeds look like through a magnifying glass

Design a fruit salad- draw and write what fruits you need for your own fruit salad

Games to make and play

Matching pairs- match the pictures from the story

Dice game- roll one or two dice and cover the number shown or the total when the numbers are added together

Shopping trolley game- collect the fruits shown in your shopping trolley

Fruit Bingo- can you cover all the fruit in your fruit bowl first

Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the authors or publishers of the story, or any related stories or products.
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