Old Macdonald Storysack by Pam Adams


Old Macdonald Storysack by Pam Adams

The classic Old Macdonald song is brought to life in this fun filled Storysack(r). Explore a farm using the novelty non-fiction book and retell the story using the puppets and CD. Reinforce animal names and counting with a game of Old Macdonald Snap. Storysacks enable parents to contribute in a major way to their children's literacy and provide a valuable resource to teachers. A Storysack(r) is a large cloth bag containing a quality child's picture book with supporting materials to stimulate reading activities. To bring the book to life, soft toys of the main characters, artefacts relating to items in the story, a non-fiction element and a game based on the book are included. A guide and prompt suggest ways of developing listening, reading and writing skills using the contents of the Storysack(r).

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Mixed media product
Contains Soft toy and Paperback and Game and CD-Audio (Audiobook) and Novelty book
16 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 6


Pam Adams
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Publication date

1st March 2003



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