National Curriculum links and Activity Ideas for What The Oak Tree Sees

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What The Oak Tree Sees

A midsummer dawn comes early, and fills the wood with light. The animals from sunny day, from dawn, and dusk and night,

All come together, one by one, in nature's grand parade.

The oak tree stands above them all; its branches casting shade.


Come into the woods to find out what the oak tree sees...


What The Oak Tree Sees is a poetic introduction to the most loved woodland wildlife, aimed at 2-7 year olds. Follow their tracks and discover where they go when the people visit the woodland. With classic hand-drawn illustrations full of treasures to discover, it is perfect for reading aloud to younger children as well as for early readers to enjoy. Ideal for nature loving children at home or in a school or Forest School setting, this delightful story subtly reinforces the importance of respecting our natural environment and leaving no trace other than footprints, whilst also teaching children to recognise classic woodland animal tracks.

Pages: 40

Size: 203x254mm

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781838300128

Subjects: Nature, wildlife, poetry, woodland mammals, animal tracks
Aimed at: 2-7 years

Ideal for: Reading together, Read aloud, Read along, Early readers, EYFS, KS1, KS2, 
Home, School, Forest School

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Printed in the UK with vegetable-based inks on high quality 100% recycled, natural unbleached, carbon-neutral paper. Uncoated and unlaminated, it's plastic-free. Protecting nature whilst connecting with nature.

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