Freddie and the Fairy by Julia Donaldson & Karen George

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freddie and the fairyI’ve reviewed this book before about 2 years ago. Click here for it. This time round, I’m adding an activity to complete the entire reading/literacy session which I did with a new group of children age 4 – 6 years old.
Read-aloud: Identify the rhyming words with the children, while going back and forth to help them remember what Freddie wished for and what Bessie Belle conjured up for him instead. It is also to get them into the flow of rhyming.
Activity: Create your own post-reading activity. I just did a simple one by asking them again what Freddie wished for; why the fairy kept getting it wrong; what were the 3 rules for Freddie – is it important for us to do that too? and so forth.
Art & literacy: Think of something you’d like to wish for when you see Bessie Belle and what she might conjure up if you didn’t say it properly. Draw.
Some interesting ones my kids came up with:
1) School – Tool
2) Baby shark – Mark on his face
3) Toy – toys
4) Hat – bat
They had fun doing it because they thought it was pretty hilarious when they came up with the ‘wrong’ wishes 🙂 Hope you’ll have fun with this too!
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