For children 2 - 6

Fiona sees a huge hairy spider in Freddie's room but he is too busy writing to listen. When Superhero Stan turns up to deal with the spider situation, we discover this is a spider with his own agenda.


How to use this picture book.

For young children that are learning to speak or children that have English as a second language, you can use it to teach the keywords - door, wall, light, curtains, floor, table and bed.

For children that are learning to read you can use it to teach them to read the keywords and hold them to memory, this works very well if used in conjunction with phonics.


It can also be used to develop the child's reading skills because there are repeated phrases that help with intonation. The spider has a mischievous laugh "Ha Ha Ha" which your child can enjoy reproducing while Freddie repeats "Not now, Fiona" in a distracted, bored or irritated way. Your child can experiment with how Freddie is feeling. This is a book that your child will enjoy reading again and again whilst learning at the same time.

Help! There's a Spider in My Bed Picture Book

SKU: 002
  • The file is in PDF. The book is 22 pages long.

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