Love the way this traditional story has been adapted to cover 'materials'. The children loved the story and helped make a terrific display to show how Literacy and Science can be combined. Many thanks.
This resource can be used to introduce a lesson about suitability of materials for different purposes. The children can then build their own houses and test them ( a hairdryer makes a good big bad wolf!)
I used this with Year 1 and 2 when looking at traditional tales, particularly the Three Little Pigs. There is an example of a story map for Little Red Riding Hood (we also drew some together as a class on a big piece of paper) and then some of the elements the children will need to draw their own map of the Three Little Pigs. Story maps are really helpful for planning and retelling/sequencing stories.
A very useful resource based around the topic of materials, The package includes:
- a superb Materials PowerPoint slideshow with action buttons and animations
- an attractive set of five A4 Materials information posters
- Materials word search activities
Files still being uploaded, please do not purchase yet.
•Story presentation, book cover, guide questions, alphabet flashcards and mat, word mat, story board, , rewrite the story activities, speech bubbles activities, anagram spellings worksheet and other worksheets.
•Face masks in colour and black and white, hand puppets, role play props.
•Number square 1-10 with piggy theme, counting cards, number flashcards, table top number line.
•Booklet cover, Cut and stick activity, jigsaws, wanted poster, maze, colouring page, memory cards game, picture dice, story sequencing cards and activities, ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf’ props, design and writing activities, quiz and other activities.
•Pigs photo pack, wolves photo pack, topic title page, large lettering, long banner, display borders, large images for display and other display materials.