It’s that time of year again!
Let’s be honest, the Late Late Toy Show is the official start of Christmas in Ireland!!
If you want to bring the festivities into your classroom, here are some resources we found (including a game for teachers!!).
The History of the Late Late Toy Show Powepoint
This History of the Late Late Toy Show PowerPoint includes information about what the Toy Show is about, its history through the years, its presenters and its famous guests. A fantastic resource to educate your children about a modern Irish tradition in a fun, interactive way.
The PowerPoint has a Christmassy theme and illustrations throughout to make it more engaging. It also includes a link to the Toy Show’s own video about how the show has looked over the years. In total, there are 12 slides packed full of information about the programme and its origins.
The Late Late Toy Show Early Years Pack
These wonderful resources to help to make the event extra magical for children. They can engage in lots of fun-filled, ineractive activities in school for the Late Late Toy Show using our amazing late late toy show resource pack.
This pack includes Christmas letter writing templates, a late late toy show checklist, bileoga dathúcháin, a hot chocolate recipe, Christmas-themed headbands, beautifully-illustrated charades cards and a fun pin the carrot on the snowman game!
Toy Show Review Writing Template
Use these review templates with your class to help them write a review of their own toy. The children can then create their very own version of the Toy Show in the classroom!
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