By Tina Hucker
Age Range: 5 to 11
activities below are all based on the book "Little Wolf's Book
of Badness" by Ian Whybrow.
Read 'Little Wolf's Book
of Badness' by Ian Whybrow.
Children can make wanted
poster for Uncle Big Bad, using adjectives to describe him.
The letter on day 17 is
a good introduction to rhyming peotry - can the children make
up another rhyme?
Little Wolf has trouble
with spelling. The children can use a dictionary to find the
word he was trying to spell.
The letters are a great
way to get the children to write their own letters pretending
that they are either 'Yeller' or Mum or Dad replying to Little
The story is about rules
and Little Wolf learns about them along the way. Can the children
guess what the tenth rule of badness will be? They can then
type them up on the computer for display.
The book is also great
for looking at the characteristics of wolves in other stories
and can lead on to loads of work on how wolves are portrayed.
You could get about a
terms literacy work out of this book and other related wolf stories.
Plus the kids LOVE IT, especially the 'rude' bits. Happy reading!
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