Scottish Book Trust Classroom Resources

The Scottish Book Trust have a bank of great learning resources to support literacy development in Early Learning and Childcare (ELCC) settings and schools.

CLICK HERE – Scottish Book Trust Learning Resources

Some new resources which are worth checking out . . . 

Creating Comics, inspired by ‘Evil Emperor Penguin’
Get creating comics with Laura Ellen Anderson’s ‘Evil Emperor Penguin’ inspired learning resource. This is a great resource which develops characterisation and emotive language.

CLICK HERE – Comic Creation ‘Evil Emperor Penguin’

Writing About Food
This learning resource has been designed to support the development of food education through the Nourish campaign. This could be developed as an interdisciplinary context through health and wellbeing and literacy.

CLICK HERE – Writing About Food

Nick Sharratt: Using rhyme to create plotlines
Author of ‘Shark in the Park’, Nick Sharratt, has provided his top tips in using rhyme to develop plotlines. You can watch the video below and access links to other resources which Nick has developed.

CLICK HERE – Nick Sharratt: Using Rhyme to Create Plotlines

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