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Red Nose Day 2017 Learning Resources

Red Nose Day 2017 Learning Resources

About This Primary Resource

This download includes a collection of Comic Relief activities linked the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. They are centred around Haja, a three-year-old girl who lives in Sierra Leone. She and her family used to live on a dangerous rubbish dump but, thanks to Red Nose Day, they now have a new home. The download includes:
- Haja’s poem poster and listening cards
- Haja and Me Photo Cards,
- Haja’s Home Activity
- Playing with Water Activity - A party invite and sponsorship form to support your fundraising initiatives.

To download, click the ‘Download Free Zip’ text link underneath ‘Resource Download Options’ below.

To find out more about Comic Relief's Red Nose Day and to order a free Nursery Activity Pack visit: www.rednoseday.com/schools

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