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Lesson 2

Where the wilds things are 

 

The outcome for the unit: Rewrite the story of where the wild things are. 

 

LO: I can order events in a story.

 

Learning - PLAN

Questions to ask

Success Criteria 

Spelling and grammar: using the suffix - ed.

Can you try and use this in your speech? 

1. Read through the story of where the wild things are. Children to join in with familiar parts of the story.  

 

2. Discuss the key parts of the story what happens in the beginning, middle and end of the story.

 

3. Explain to children that they are going to have a go at making their own story maps by sequencing pictures and writing the appropriate phrases to go with them. 

 

4. Model a few examples for children to see. 

 

Activity:

Sequence pictures from Where The Wild Things Are.

  • Order key events
  •  Stick the pictures down onto sheet
  • Add phrases from the story
  •  Retell

Can you remember what happened first, next, after that and finally?

 

Can you remember some phrases from the story? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I can join in with key parts of the story. 

 

I can put key events in order. 

 

I can recall phrases from the story. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos to sequence

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Story words 

 

 

Once upon a time 

Early one morning 

Who 

Next

First 

So

After that 

At that moment 

Suddenly 

But 

Finally 

Happily ever after 

Pie Corbett story word actions


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