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Hansel and Gretel Story Sequencing Cards

Hansel and Gretel Story Sequencing Cards

About This Primary Resource

A set of 18 cards featuring key events in the Hansel and Gretel story, ideal for helping children understand the plot of the story and the characters involved.

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  1. esthertheteacher

    This resource is amazing! I intend to use it for my Year Three’s for a Guidied Reading activity.

  2. michelle

    Brilliant resource – thanks

  3. Diisha

    I love the pictures! Thanks for sharing

  4. eliza

    great!Thanks!

  5. Natasha

    I really love tales, and my pupils are looking forward to reading Hansel and Gretel.

  6. Alison Button

    I like your visual resources

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