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It’s Shakespeare Week from 12-18 March 2018, the perfect time to introduce primary children to the Bard.
Since its launch in 2014, over five million primary pupils have celebrate all things Shakespeare. This year’s storytelling and poetry theme is perfect for some literacy fun.
It’s easy to take part – register for free at shakespeareweek.org.uk to access hundreds of resources and short versions of his plays, as well as suggestions for fun events and activities. Start by exploring Shakespeare’s language with these grammar and literacy activities.
What they’ll learn: