World Book Day | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBCTherefore this year, why not take it as a fantastic opportunity to extend the Book based fun beyond the School day by taking part in some extra activities at home? After all, World Book Day only comes around once a year, so we may as well make the most of it. It seems obvious, but with all the activities and other fun taking place throughout the day, it can be all too easy to forget to take the time to actually sit down and read! What better way to spend an evening after an action packed day then cosying up with a nice book. So sit your little one on the sofa and listen to them read through their favourite book. Every book has an iconic scene that everyone knows and loves, so why not get your child to act out their favourite book scene with friends? Acting is a great way to really get your child immersed in a character, allowing them to understand the differing emotions and body language and developing their self-confidence and people skills as they work together to wow you and whoever else is in the audience.
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Roald Dahl Children's Books Word Search - Ideal for World Book Day and Roald Dahl Day
This book contains hand-made word search puzzles with additional puzzle elements: whether it's a related trivia question, an associated word puzzle, or a crafty twist on the standard format! Most of them do use nice, big font sizes, but some puzzles are smaller due to the overall size of the puzzle. My goal with this book was to make the most fun and engaging word searches I could make, ones that I loved myself. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? The fun of traditional word searches, with more to love! Have fun, and always remember: once you look at the solution, you can never unsee it!
Skip to content. This is an this integrated skills lesson, aimed at young learners with an English level of A2 and above to help them learn about World Book Day. Students work in pairs, reading and writing to complete a text about World Book Day. Then they read clues and complete a book-themed crossword and find a mystery word. The learners will then use a simple model to write about their own favourite book and add an illustration, using some of the vocabulary they have practised. Finally they will read their texts in class or record themselves reading the texts. There is an optional activity of making a display with the final texts.
Here are some photos of the creations. As it was science week we tried an experiment with milk. So linked to this we had some milk and cow themed things. With Easter approaching, here are some activities for a last supper or communion themed evening. Here is a colouring picture for the younger children to enjoy.