Funnybones Teaching Resources
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books or products.
Funnybones display banner (Ref: SB2512)
A colourful banner for your ‘Funnybones’ display.
Funnybones skeleton playdough mats (Ref: SB2299)
A set of 6 printable playdough mats where children can make various bones of the body.
Funnybones word mat (Ref: SB8662)
A printable A4-sized word mat with words and pictures linked to the ‘Funnybones’ story by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.
Funnybones A4 page borders (Ref: SB2875)
Portrait and landscape Funnybones story-themed A4 page borders. Includes editable Microsoft Word templates as well as resizable JPG images.
Skeleton skull role-play mask (Ref: SB6990)
A simple printable mask for use in role-play or for retelling a story. Simply cut out the eyes and attach a lollipop stick as a handle.
Funnybones skeletons display set (Ref: SB312)
Print these out and make your own large dog and human skeleton! Based on the popular story ‘Funnybones’ by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. Also includes a set of accompanying word labels.
X-rays photo set (Ref: SB8272)
A set of x-ray photos of bones of the body for topic discussion or classroom displays.
Alphabet on bones (Ref: SB1622)
The 26 letters of the alphabet presented on bones. Great for use in your sand or digging area linked to a topic on dinosaurs or the ‘Funnybones’ books.
Numbers 0-30 on bones (Ref: SB1623)
The numbers from 0-30 presented on bones. Great for use in your sand or digging area linked to a topic on dinosaurs or the ‘Funnybones’ books.
Alphabet on skeletons (Ref: SB6668)
The lowercase alphabet letters presented with fun skeletons.
Alphabet on skeletons - capitals (Ref: SB6669)
The uppercase alphabet letters presented with fun skeletons.
Bones display lettering (Ref: SB5739)
A PDF document with 26 alphabet letters (uppercase) made from bones. These are great for printing and cutting out for use on displays.
Bones display numbering (Ref: SB5740)
A PDF document with numerals 0-9 and mathematical symbols made from bones. These are great for printing out as display numbering or for classroom number lines.