WHAT’S IT ABOUT? The Customs House panto might not be the biggest production in the North East but it certainly has the largest place in our family’s heart! Living in South Shields, we are fiercely proud of our little theatre and stunned every year by the magic the talented team weaves at Christmas with its knockout pantomime that would even put bigger budgets to shame.
Jack and the Beanstalk Costume A paper-bag vest and a jaunty cap transform your little ruffian into a giant-slayer. Cardboard tubes are the base for his homemade stalk.
Fee Fi Fo Fum! Everyone loves the story of Jack and his beanstalk, and kids especially love the way he outwits the greedy giant and his wife. Listen to our audio version of the story, print it out to read yourselves (or read along), and enjoy our colouring pages and other activities to go with it - including craft ideas, printables and fun worksheets.Just watch the StoryTime phonics video and try a couple of the ideas from last week's e-mail. If you're unsure just drop us an e-mail for help and support. Number. This weeks number learning is based around the story of princess Mirror Belle (Please find a link below) and there are lots of wonderful activities for you to try if you follow the link for the learning. Also feel free to do any.Jack and the Beanstalk is an old English fairy tale.It has been written many, many time by different folklorists and storytellers throughout history. Early appearances include The Story of Jack Spriggins and the Enchanted Bean in 1734 and Benjamin Tabart’s The History of Jack and the Bean-Stalk in 1807. Joseph Jacobs also collected it in his English Fairy Tales in 1890.
Familiarise your KS1 class with the traditional tale of Jack and the Beanstalk using this range of fabulous Jack and the Beanstalk teaching resources and activities. Our Jack and the Beanstalk PowerPoint is filled with pictures to spark your Year 1 and Year 2 class's imaginations. With plenty of printable teaching resources and activities, these bright designs are ready to be incorporated into.Read More
These Jack and the Beanstalk activities are perfect for young readers! Add this book (and these activities) to your garden, seed, and plant studies. Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell a good book coming up! I’ve always loved the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. I love when a less-than-good choice (trading a cow for a handful of beans) has a good outcome (discovering the goose that lays golden eggs in.Read More
With a simple outfit, a few props, a touch of creativity and a little imagination, children of all ages can look like the adventurous Jack from the beloved fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Grab a copy of the story to use as a reference and begin making this quirky and fun Halloween costume. Dress up like Jack.Read More
Can you draw an outfit for a prince or princess or a wizard? Can you make a crown out of recycling materials? Things you could make related to this week’s story: Counting in 2s.pdf; Writing paper.pdf; Reception Home Learning 1 st-5 th June. Our topic this week is. Jack and the Beanstalk. WRITING IDEAS. The children might like to: - Write about the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. - Write.Read More
A teacher resource outlining a range of activities to accompany the traditional tale - Jack and the Beanstalk.Read More
World book day ideas February 28, 2018 No. This year I am actually trying, we have decided that Jack is going to go as Jack and Beanstalk. Which basically consists of normal clothes and making a beanstalk. For the beanstalk I started with a swimming noodle, you could use a wrapping paper tube or similar. I painted to green, using our fabulous recycled paint and drew some curling stems up it.Read More
Whether your little one is just getting started on patterns or is a pattern pro at this point, these Jack and the Beanstalk pieces make it super easy to practice or review and are a lot of fun when you pair them with the story as well. The printable page contains one of each piece, so just print off as many pages as you would like and cut out the squares to start building your patterns!Read More
Jack and the Beanstalk is one of the first fairy tales I remember reading and learning about when I was a little girl. It’s such an odd and funny story. If you are learning about fairy tales in your homeschool then you will definitely want to cover this favorite fairy tale! There are so many resources, crafts and ideas to make a fun themed unit study out of this story.Read More
This is my paper outfit design for jacks mum. we were put into groups and were given a character from jack and the beanstalk to create it for. we decided to create a pink knee-length skirt and a white apron with a flower attached to the top of it. As you can see in the last image I drew some leaves and coloured them in with green chalk, we then attached them to the entire outfit. Coco Chanel.Read More
Into The Woods. With music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, INTO THE WOODS is one of the most popular musicals for schools and theaters. This show draws its plot points from several well know Brothers Grimm stories. The characters include Cinderella, her stepmother and evil stepsisters, Red Riding Hood, Granny, the Wolf, Jack and his beanstalk, Rapunzel, a couple princes, and other court.Read More