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Traditional Tales STP Week 4 – How tall is your beanstalk?

Traditional Tales STP Week 4

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Part 4 of 5

A very detailed short term plan on the topic of Traditional Tales. It covers activity ideas as well as extended / continuous provision suggestions for a whole week. Focuses on the question "How tall will your beanstalk grow?"

It is the penultimate short term plan in a series of 5 on the topic of Traditional Tales. It was created by Kerry Moody, an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school with outstanding early years provision. She has also created some wonderful Traditional Tale themed Medium Term Plans.

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