St James & St John Church of England Primary School, Paddington, West London
I’m flattered to see another school recommending I Like To Put Food In My Welly to their pupils, alongside Julia Donaldson’s The Smeds & The Smoos, as “some really great read-aloud books for different ages that you might like to seek out.”
Riverbridge Primary School, Staines, Surrey
With 5 points for each of the 20 books read by the children over the summer, it’s particularly gratifying to feature alongside Lost & Found by Oliver Jeffers, Dinosaurs Love Underpants by Claire Freedman and Julia Donaldson’s Zog.
27th March 2020
Lanchester EP Primary School, County Durham
It’s lovely to see that Lanchester EP Primary School in County Durham have used I Like To Put Food In My Welly as part of their lockdown provision for Reception pupils.
“Quite a silly book but really good fun,” he concluded. I’ll take that!
12th March 2020
LitFit – I Like To Put Food In My Welly:
LitFit thoroughly enjoyed ‘I Like to put Food in my Welly’ @jasonkbooks @graffeg_books – Lots of laughter in Book Club this evening and we even tried writing our own versions! A real laugh out loud book.
6th March 2020
What Can You See? read to the children before being used to promote learning of simple rhymes and develop observational skills.
13th February 2020
I Like To Put Food In My Welly read to the children before being used to promote the learning of simple rhymes, comprehension and observational skills.
31st January 2020
Book In Focus – I Like To Put Food In My Welly:
A book of poetry which has fun with words. Great for getting your children to enjoy poetry, while supporting them to question whether the sentence is right or wrong!
13th December 2019
What Can You See? read to toddlers in the nursery room to encourage learning about simple vocabulary and the world around them.
I Like To Put Food In My Welly read to pre-school children to encourage them to learn about simple rhymes and make them laugh at playing around with the world as they know it.