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Days Of The Week Concept Book

Concept Books -  Days of the Week

* A page for each day

* Available in colour and black and white

* Use as a type of diary for a week (great for homework) (even an observation diary - plants / feelings etc)

* Use as a school timetable for a week.

* Pretend to be a particular character from a book - what would they be doing during their week?

Ideas for Use

Days of the Week Concept Book- Suggestions for Use


* Don't forget to do one up in A3 size to use as a 'sample' for class modelling and re-telling  / sharing.

* Use as a type of diary for a week (great for homework) (even an observation diary - plants / feelings etc)

* Use to re-tell stories eg.   'The Very Hungry Caterpillar'  and similar stories

* Use as a school timetable for a week.

* Pretend to be a particular character from a book - what would they be doing during their week?

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