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This is a super cute play set for any child who love the tale of Jack and the beanstalk. Set includes: 1 Jack made out of wood and stand 3 inches tall 1 Giant made out of wood and stands 5 inches tall 1 golden goose made out of felted wool with three golden eggs 1 beanstalk made out of felted wool and wood with land base stand 12 inches tall 1 cloud in the sky made out of wood about 11 inches.
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Jack and the Beanstalk! This term we are learning the story Jack and the Beanstalk! We will be acting out the story in lots of ways and are starting to write our own versions of the story. Keep checking this page to see some of our amazing writing! Here is the story for you to practice at home: Once upon a time there was a poor boy called Jack who lived with his mother in a ramshackle house.