Building anticipation using a sensory story

In this lesson, we will be retelling 'The Drum, A Folktale From India' as retold by Rob Cleveland as a sensory story. We will be supporting sensory exploration and build up opportunities for anticipation. Included in the lesson is a section to support the adult in recreating the lesson at home and the second section is for the child to engage with. The lesson requires full adult support.

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Lesson summary: Building anticipation using a sensory story

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