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Lesson Four – Story Sentences

This literacy teaching pack for the Foundation Stage gets the children to complete a selection of simple sentences to describe a range of different objects used in favourite stories. The class can match groups of words with the initial phoneme sounds for the alphabet letters of c and k.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to complete a selection of simple sentences to describe a range of different objects used in favourite stories

Learning Objectives

Listen with enjoyment to stories and respond with relevant comments, questions or actions. Link sounds to letters, naming and sound the letters of the alphabet.

Learning Outcomes

I can say sentences to describe objects found in a particular story. I can identify and spell words that begin with the letter  c  and k.

Story Sentences

Teaching sequence to help the children complete a selection of simple sentences to describe a range of different objects used in favourite stories

Sentence Words

Activity cards to help the children identify words beginning with the letters c and k that can be used to complete different sentences

Word Necklace

Activity cards to help the children identify and match a selection of different words beginning with the letters c and k

Story Sentences

Interactive activity to help the children complete a selection of simple sentences to describe a range of different objects used in favourite stories

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to complete a selection of simple sentences to describe a range of different objects used in favourite stories

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