The Scottish Book Trust has revealed new online learning resources designed to help teachers and librarians achieve “a wide range of literacy aims”.
The resources are linked to the Curriculum for Excellence, and can be downloaded from the Scottish Book Trust’s website. They have been written by practitioners and include a range of cross-curricular activities, each created to help teachers and pupils with reading and writing.
There are also a number of exercises designed to help with projects on modern and classic authors, creative writing, poetry, illustration and filmmaking.
Jasmine Fassl, Head of Schools at Scottish Book Trust said: “We hope that teachers, librarians and pupils enjoy using these cross-curricular resources that have been designed to engage children with reading and writing in a fun and informative way.
“We have drawn on the expertise of a wide variety of practitioners, including some of the fantastic authors that have participated in our Authors Live events and the Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour, to create unique resources for pupils of all ages.”
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