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Fairy Tales STP Week 6 – Which fairy tale character was hiding under the bridge?

Fairy Tales STP Week 6

About This Primary Resource

A very thorough short term plan on the topic of fairy tales. It features various fairy tale themed activity ideas and continuous provision suggestions for a whole week. It focuses on the question "Which fairy tale character was hiding under the bridge?

It is the sixth of seven short term weekly plans on this topic created by Kerry Moody (an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school graded as outstanding by OFSTED). Kerry has also created some equally detailed fairy tale themed Medium Term Plans to accompany these STPs.

You may also be interested in the various fairy tale printable resources available in our stories section.

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