Somebody Swallowed Stanley
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Tem ilustrações muito bonitas e é uma história bem significativa, com pedagogia (bastante ) sem se tornar chato. Gostei bastante e embora as idades recomendadas sejam algo muito subjetivo, diria que por ser simples, com frases curtas e ainda por cima parece que acompanham o saco quando ele flutua por todo lado, é para idades entre os 6 e os 8 anos. Lógico que para quem como eu adora ler livros infanto-juvenis é também aconselhável dos 0 aos 100😁 Understanding the World ELG: People, Culture and Communities. Describe their immediate environment using knowledge from observation, discussion, stories, non-fiction texts and maps.
Learn about the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling waste. How can we encourage people to do more of this?
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Understanding the World ELG: The Natural World. Know some similarities and differences between the natural world around them and contrasting environments, drawing on their experiences and what has been read in class.
Understanding the World ELG: Past and Present. Know some similarities and differences between things in the past and now, drawing on their experiences and what has been read in class; The author, environmental expert Sarah Roberts, is well placed to deliver this important message about plastic pollution, but she has also created a poignant narrative with a deft lightness of touch that will charm children as well as educate them. Understanding the World ELG: People, Culture and Communities. Explain some similarities and differences between life in this country and life in other countries, drawing on knowledge from stories, non-fiction texts and –when appropriate – maps.
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Understanding the World ELG: The Natural World- Understand some important processes and changes in the natural world around them, including the seasons and changing states of matter. Along with characters and endings, the setting plays an important part in a story. Focus on the illustrations in a picture book to help children identify where the narrative events are taking place.
Understanding the World ELG: People, Culture and Communities. Explain some similarities and differences between life in this country and life in other countries, drawing on knowledge from stories, non-fiction texts and – when appropriate – maps. In this activity, your Ks1 class will read through the sentences and add in the capital letters and full stops to punctuate the sentences. Understanding the World ELG: The Natural World. Explore the natural world around them, making observations and drawing pictures of animals and plants;This thought-provoking picture book charts the eventful journey made by Stanley, a discarded plastic carrier bag, who is swept into the sea. As he drifts through the ocean waves, he is mistaken for a jellyfish and swallowed by a series of unsuspecting animals. Stanley is a plastic bag and we all know what happens next—Somebody Swallowed Stanley. Stanley escapes from the first creature only to be swallowed by a series of other creatures. Stanley doesn’t mean to hurt anyone, but he doesn’t belong in the sea. (Who knew you could feel sorry for a plastic bag?) Eventually, Stanley is rescued from the ocean and put to better use where he can no longer be a danger to unwary sea creatures—a happy ending for everyone.