The activities in this packet are based on the book, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. The activities incorporate literacy and
In memory of Maurice Sendak; President Barak Obama reads Where The Wild Things Are.
Visualizing - Comprehension Lesson - Anchor Chart - Think Aloud - Thinking Stems - Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak - This lesson was used in a first grade classroom.
Where the Wild Things Are: Maurice Sendak: A fantastic picture book that children enjoy throughout the years, no matter the age. It allows creativity and imagination for all children. Picture Story Book
Jump into SPRING with this literacy mini-unit based on one of my favorite spring picture books, In the Small, Small Pond, by Denise Fleming, a Caldecott Honor book. Three engaging “after-reading” activities, two literacy centers, and an original poem for fluency work!
Mural by Maurice Sendak, 1961.via thehistoryblog. Listen to the story of the only mural Sendak painted and how it went from the wall on
Where the wild things are by ~RosesAreR3d on deviantART
"read "Where the Wild Things Are" and focus on writing to entertain. We are going to make this little wild thing paper topper and write about how the book entertained us."
This 2-3 grade packet on Irma Rangel from Texas contains content information for the teacher, student reading packages, vocabulary activities and suggestions in the lesson plan for other literacy activities.
Free! Just a Dream to Save Our Planet is a collection of activities to explore environmental issues based on the book by Chris Van Allsburg. The book was written in 1990, but its message of the importance of taking care of our Earth still holds true today. You can use all of the activities in the packet or just a few of them depending on your available time and the level of your students. Many of the activities work well in cooperative learning