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Dick Whittington

Resources for your Early Years Setting

This page is chock full of ideas and downloads that you can use in your setting, whether you get to see the show or not.  We hope you enjoy using the, and if there is anything else you would like to see then please do let us know.

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Teachers Resource Kingston Version Oct 2

A full overview of the story including an overview of the historical data about Dick, how that gave rise to the legend and how we have interpreted it for the stage.  

e-book

TEACHER RESOURCE PACK

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Dick Whittington walked to London.  This discussion guide and gets children thinking about the places they walk to, and helps to create a display. 

Discussion guide with display ideas

WHERE DO YOU WALK?

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Worksheets for kids to make their own story, starting with Once Upon a Time and ending with Happily Ever After.

Worksheets

THREE ACT PLOT

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A fun drama game based on the three cats that feature in the show. 

Teacher Guide

WHAT CAT GAME

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Lyrics for the songs that we sing during Dick's journey, with a few scripted lines to help you link it all together with the actions.

Song

DICK'S JOURNEY

 

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We've written out the main events of the story and interspersed it with actions so you can recreate a mini version of the show in the classroom. 

Interactive Story Guide

RETELLING THE STORY

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A guide to transferring the Alphabet Jars we used in the show into your setting, with a few fancy letters too!

Guide and Artwork 

ALPHABET JARS

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We've come up with a whole host of questions that will help you get the children thinking about 'wheel's, and replicating vehicles from art materials and their own bodies!

Discussion Guide leading to Artistic Outcomes

WHAT ELSE HAS WHEELS?