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The Jolly Postman & The Jolly Christmas Postman By Allan Ahlberg and Janet Ahlberg 2 Books Collection Set

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They’ll also help you to save time in creating an enjoyable and interactive learning experience for the younger learners. Sing to the tune of ‘Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush’. This jolly Christmas postman EYFS song is all about who the Jolly Postman meets on his Christmas post round. The Jolly Postman delivers Christmas letters and presents to famous fairy-tale characters such as the Big Bad Wolf, Little Red Riding Hood (a game with a rather fitting name called ‘beware’!), and the Three Bears. He even has to deliver a get-well jigsaw to Humpty Dumpty. Use this PowerPoint presentation to allow children to learn the words to the song so that you can use it during a group singing activity or during an assembly. On a big piece of paper children could draw a map with the postman’s route and the places he visits. Talk about the map together and all the places the postman visits. Make a nursery rhyme book

All of these Christmas letter box materials are teacher-made and beautifully illustrated to make your seasonal lesson planning simple and easy this term. a b "The jolly postman, or, Other people's letters" (first U.S. edition). Library of Congress Catalog Record. Retrieved 2012-08-31. A special edition of this classic picture book to celebrate its 30th anniversary – with festive foil on the cover!If you're looking for some ideas to inspire your The Jolly Christmas Postman planning for Year 1 and 2, then you've come to the right place! This resource is full of teaching ideas that cover all aspects of the KS1 framework. Write a letter of apology from another traditional tale character (e.g. the fox in the Gingerbread Man). Join the jolly postman with his mailbag of delightful deliveries for Dorothy from Oz, Alice from Wonderland, and other favorite storybook characters." [15] See also [ edit ]

Alternatively, The Jolly Postman is a series of three books including 1991 and 1995 sequels to The Jolly Postman, or Other people's letters. In the U.K., the first book won the Red House Children's Book Award and the Kurt Maschler Award. [3] [4] The second book won the 1991 Greenaway Medal for British children's book illustration. [5] Summary [ edit ]

Write your own letters, postcards and invitations to the characters in the book, or perhaps characters from other traditional tales.

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