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Leicester Cathedral Reading Trail

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Leicester Cathedral Reading Trail From pirates and wizards to princesses and teddy bears, there were friends for all to find on the Leicester Cathedral Reading Trail. It was an exciting new way to read more and to have fun.

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Words & Birds at Leicester Cathedral

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Words and Birds A creative writing/ reading idea that combines art, imagination and storytelling at Leicester Cathedral! During the session participants were asked to draw on their own reading skills. All the participants started with a bird template which they were invited to decorate. Whilst decorating their birds the participants were encouraged to imagine and […]

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Yumalious at Leicester Market

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Yumalious! – A Healthy Eating Storytelling Session Books open up new worlds to both children and adults, spark the imagination and inspire adventure, which is why books are so wonderful for encouraging healthy eating habits. Through reading at local markets the session aimed to help the family to develop healthy eating habits and to explore […]

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Rhymes at Riddles at Leicester Cathedral

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THE WHITE RABBITS AFTERNOON TEA PARTY… As part of Everybody’s Reading Festival participants took part in word games and rhyming riddles putting their reading skills to the test. Rhyming riddles are a fun source of comprehensible input and vocabulary building. Starting with a base word, children and adults had to read clues and find words […]

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It’s as easy as A, B, C or 1, 2, 3 at Leicester Cathedral

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It’s as easy as A, B, C or 1, 2, 3! For one afternoon only the public were invited to meet Jane from the Ladybird Peter and Jane classic books at Leicester Cathedral as part of Everybody’s Reading Festival. Key Words in the mobile library. Their reading skills were put to the test… From ‘Play […]

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Story Stones at Leicester Cathedral

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For Story Stones, at Leicester Cathedral as part of Everybody’s Reading Festival, participants were asked to draw on their own reading skills. They were also asked to draw on a stone(s) with a fine point permanent marker to make their own story stone(s)/ characters. It was a great way to make up stories. The drama! […]

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