Rosie’s Walk | Free Early Learning Resources for Teachers

Rosie’s Walk by Pat Hutchins is a well-known children’s story about a little hen called Rosie and her leisurely walk through the farm

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Rosie’s Walk A4 Display Posters

A collection of 7 A4 posters featuring images based on Rosie’s Walk.

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Rosie’s Walk A4 Word Mats

A set of A4 mats featuring our interpretation of words and images from Rosie’s Walk.

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Rosie’s Walk Display Banners

A selection of large display banners featuring our interpretation of scenes from the children’s story Rosie’s Walk.

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Rosie’s Walk Editable Labels

A collection of editable labels featuring our interpretation of characters and scenes from the children’s story – Rosie’s Walk.

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Rosie’s Walk Notepaper

A set of Rosie’s Walk themed notepaper, ideal for encouraging mark making and creative writing.<

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Rosie’s Walk Preposition Posters

A collection of grammatical posters showing the different prepositions used in the Rosie’s Walk story.

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Rosie’s Walk Role-Play Masks

A set of role-play masks ideal to use in Rosie’s Walk themed role-play activities in your school or early years setting.

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Rosie’s Walk Self-Registration Labels

A set of editable labels based on characters and scenes from Rosie’s Walk.

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Rosie’s Walk Story Activities

A colourful A4 sheet featuring a variety of fun activities linked to the well-loved children’s story Rosie’s Walk..

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Rosie’s Walk Story Cut-Outs

A collection of Rosie’s Walk themed cut-outs, ideal for using in your early years setting or classroom to retell the story.

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Rosie’s Walk Story Prompt Cards

A set of flashcards showing our interpretation of Rosie’s Walk. They are ideal for helping young children contemplate and understand the sequence of the story.

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Rosie’s Walk Story Visuals

A set of cards based on characters and scenes from Rosie’s Walk.

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