Our workshops are designed to meet the EYFS Framework and National Curriculum for England (2014) objectives for KS1 and KS2. These can either be English or P.S.H.E. based. They are fun, engaging and educational, and they follow the themes, values and writing styles explored throughout the books published by Charlotte L. Taylor.
In this workshop, children will listen to the rhyming story and explore what makes words rhyme. They will have the opportunity to be active by searching for the hidden rhyming picture cards and pairing up with their rhyme buddies.
This workshop involves the children listening to a rhyming story, identifying the message and completing a fun art project as a follow-up activity.
In this workshop, children will listen to the rhyming story and explore what makes words rhyme. They will have the opportunity to be active by searching for the hidden rhyming word cards and pairing up with their rhyme buddies.
In this workshop, children will listen to the rhyming story and identify the rhyming patterns. They will then choose rhyming words with which to write fun and silly couplets.
Find out what danger is lurking in the dark as Charlotte introduces you to the world of Twigs. Piece together the clues in the text and use your imagination to decide the peril that Twigs is facing.
Discover why unicorns are on the brink of extinction as a young girl desperately tries to save them. Immerse yourself in the story as you take on the role of their protector and of their persecutor.
In this workshop, children will listen to a rhyming picture book story that has been written for older children. They will work together to identify the number of syllables in a line. Once they've explored this as a group, they will be challenged to find their syllable buddies, which will give them three rhyming words for them to begin to write some poetry.
In this workshop, children will revise what a syllable is. They will then learn to control the number of syllables they use for each line when writing their own haiku poem (based on the main themes of the rhyming picture book they have listened to).
In this workshop, children will be challenged to maintain a pattern of a set number of syllables per line when writing their own evil spell based on those created by Narcissa in the stories.
This is a challenging workshop designed to explore the musicality in poems when writing using meter and rhythm. Have a go at creating a verse, using the language structure of rhyming picture books.