English - Collection of the week - Where the Wild Things Are

24th August 2012 at 01:00

Bring Maurice Sendak's enchanting story Where the Wild Things Are alive in the classroom with a range of resources themed on the novel.

What's included?

Craft ideas. From toilet rolls to shadow puppetry, michaella.t's pack includes lots of monster art activities.

Wild Things. Pupils can create their own Wild Things and practise using descriptive words to discuss their creations.

Missing Max. This handy template can be used to design a "missing" poster to help find Max.

Forest philosophy. Two lesson plans help pupils to become philosophers. They consider questions such as whether the Wild Things are real and what dreams are.

With 10 tried-and-tested resources, covering a range of skills and subjects, there is plenty here to help create an engaging unit of work about Max's adventures in the wild.

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