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Jack and the Beanstalk activity

Focus story "Jack and the Beanstalk" Children draw themselves climbing up the beanstalk to the Giants castle. Record the child's voice saying what they would like to find if they visited a Giant's Castle?

Pre-K, Art, Reading, Writing
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Week 3 Term 2 2019 This week we are reading the story "Jack and the Beanstalk". Today children are given the opportunity to draw a picture of themselves climbing to the top of a bean stalk. Children then record their voice on what they might like to discover in a Castle at the top of a beanstalk. Analysis: The children used their imagination, creativity and literacy skills to draw and record what they would like to find in a castle. What is Next? Children are given the opportunity to further explore ICT, fine motor, and imagination and literacy skills. Outcomes: 5.5.2 Use information and communication technologies to access images and information, explore diverse perspectives and make sense of their world 5.5.3 Use information and communication technologies as tools for designing, drawing, editing, reflecting and composing 5.5.4 Engage with technology for fun and to make meaning Told by Angela