Sir Lambalot

Hello children I'm Jude an author and storyteller. Here are my storytelling mascots Lamby and Flossie. Today we are very excited as we are sharing our brand new book 'Sir Lambalot' with you. We'll be reading the story then doing some follow up activities with Sir Lambalot and Queen Floss.

9.30am Activity:
The Sir Lambalot Story

Join Jude, Sir Lambalot and Queen Floss as they read their new book to you.


Grown Ups:

Encourage your child to listen to the story. Talk about the characters and the important lesson Queen Floss learns about kindness, friendship, tolerance and acceptance.

Use language such as Sir Lambalot, Queen Floss, story, dragon, giant, troll, kindness, friendship, tolerance, acceptance.

Develops - PSED, Communication and Language and Understanding the World skills

10.30am Activity:
Coat of Arms

In the story, Queen Floss has a coat of arms. We're going to make our own coat of arms.

Grown Ups:

Explain that a coat of arms represents people - either things they like to do or what they are like as a person. Encourage your child to make their own coat of arms. Your child can draw the pictures or find images in magazines to stick on. Use language such as - coat of arms, pictures, hobbies, personality, represent, characteristics etc.

Develops - PSED, Communication and Language and Understanding the World skills.

1:30pm Activity:
Funky Wellies

We're going to design our own funky wellies just like the troll in the story. What will you put on yours?

Grown Ups:

Draw some welly outlines or download the welly template. Encourage your child to design their own funky wellies. Why not do a pair of your own. Use vocabulary such as wellies, design, colour, pattern, make, decorate.

Develops - Communication and Language, Physical and Expressive Art and Design skills.

2:30pm Activity:
Dragon Wings

In the story, Queen Floss is taken for a ride on the dragon's wings. Where would you go if you could ride on a dragon?


Grown Ups:

Encourage your child to think about and discuss where they would like to go if they went for a ride on a dragon's wings. Share your ideas about places to visit. Ask your child to draw the place or places they'd like to go. If they wish to mark make or write encourage them to do so. Use language such as - dragon, wings, fly, explore, journey, adventure, far away, place names, geographical feature names. Develops - Communication & Language, Expressive Arts and Design and Understanding the World skills.

If you've finished these and still have time for fun...

Fill in the book review and send to for a chance to win a free copy.

You might also like to do some research about knights and castles.

Story time:
Queen Floss and the Dragon's Wings.

Join Jude as she tells you the story of Queen Floss' day out with the Dragon.




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