Inspiration for story baskets.
Mine are: 1. That’s not my… series 2. Where’s spot? 3. Dear Zoo 4. The very hungry caterpillar 5. Brown bear, brown bear what do you see? 6. Goodnight moon 7. There were 10 in the bed 8. Old MacDonald had a farm 9. Nursery rhyme books twinkle twinkle twinkle little star, 5 little ducks etc. 10. There was an old woman who swallowed a fly Check out my hands-on activites for them in my BLOG
This is one of 6 ways you can transform wood slices or disk in to story tellers. I have used a transfer technique to make mine. 1 that helps you to paint them and the other to print and use. You can get this e-pattern FREE. Story disks or tellers support oral language, recall and play.
Bringing books to life and supporting children through play are 2 of the many wonderful things about stort basktes! I look at making story disks or tellers support children to retell a story. These are part of my story basket fondation box which conatins the foundation to story baskets. See the other ways and story baskets in the blog.
The good ole wooden spoon! The 7 ways I have transformed wooden spoons are: · Velcro dots and images (cardboard, foam or material) · ‘Spoon hoods’ like puppet for a spoon · Stickers · Transfer whole image · Transfer outline and paint · Chalk paint · Spray paint, felt and buttons. See more in my blog on how I used them in story baskets.