How the Birds Got Their Colours Story Sequencing Cards

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  • Brilliant- we use this text! Thank you

    , Jul 10th
These lovely story sequencing cards are great for increasing and assessing familiarity with the main events in the story of 'How the Birds Got Their Colours'. The set includes 13 cards in total, with a different illustrated scene on each one. You could also try using them to start discussions about the key points of the plot and the story's structure.

    This resource is available in Standard, 2-Per-Page, Black and White and 4 Per Page.
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