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Jasper’s Beanstalk Story Cut-Outs / Story Sequencing Cards

Jasper’s Beanstalk visual aids

About This Primary Resource

A selection of cards featuring our interpretation of characters and scenes from the Jasper’s Beanstalk story. They are ideal to cut out and use to retell the story or sequence the story with your pupils.

Please note this resource is 100% unofficial and has been designed using original ELHQ artwork. It has not been endorsed by the author or publisher and is intended purely to supplement the story. ‘Jasper’s Beanstalk’ is a wonderful book written by Nick Butterworth. If you do not yet have a copy we strongly recommend that you order one!

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  1. pengtchr

    Too cute, thanks!

  2. Myra

    Very good resources for tots tales.

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