This set of lesson plans, resources, and activities is for use with “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak. It can be used for whole group, small group, and independent instruction – which makes these resources a smart choice for literacy centers or Reader’s Workshop. Here's What You'll Get
This lesson plan uses the book, Where the Wild Things Are, (book not included with this lesson plan), to work with SETTING. It includes an introduction/mini-lesson, an activity for work time, (handout - a graphic organizer: Clues about Time and Place), a writing assignment from the same handout, and
Use Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak to strengthen your student’s comprehension skills.The resources included in this bundle have been designed with Balanced Literacy in mind. The resources are flexible and can be used for whole group, small group, and independent instruction. So whether
This is an art lesson plan for a kindergarten level art class inspired by the book Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. This lesson plan is very detailed and includes everything from materials list to classroom management plan to instructional procedures plan.
Read aloud lessons and activities for the whole year at your fingertips!Newly added (May 2020): digital options for ALL response sheets that students can type into instead of writing for distance learning. Digital access and information is on page 2 of the unit!Kick your read aloud up a notch or two
Interactive read alouds lesson plans for the entire year. This unit contains one page lesson for each picture book with preview, interactive read aloud talking points, opportunity for written response, and graphic organizer for comprehension practice. Reading stories isn't a waste of class time - i
Using literacy based intervention is a research based method of teaching a variety of language skills in speech therapy, and this resource was designed to make planning easier! There are plans for 20 books you and your students will love to increase their oral and written language skills. Each gui
These interactive read aloud lesson plans use 75 different picture books to teach over 40 different reading comprehension skills. Each lesson has a carefully selected picture book to use as a mentor text. Included in This Download:75 lesson plans that cover specific reading comprehension skills.Scop
Tame those wild things with fun activities to keep them engaged! This monster drawing game will help you teach visual texture (also called implied texture) to your elementary students. Pair well with the book, Where the Wild Things Are. Imagine these silly monsters in your hallway along with one of
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This sub binder is packed with lots of stylish forms to help you organize for a substitute! Three lesson plans for popular books each come with printable extension activities and one related math activity. The story lessons are cent
This Read It Up creation is an all-inclusive resource designed to accompany the book Where the Wild Things Are. The activities in this reading resource allow students to build literacy and reading comprehension skills. Each activity can be done whole group or small group and includes writing and dra
Using stories is an excellent way to engage students of all ages and skill levels.Where the Wild Things Are book study unit is a wonderful way to teach students new vocabulary, reading and writing skills. This unit includes activities that are perfect for kindergarten and 1st grade classrooms, as we
This amazing bundle has everything you need to teach visualizing!
-visualizing anchor chart
-whole group practice page
-independent practice page
This reading lesson comes from our Where the Wild Things Are Sub Plans and can be purchased in our TpT store.
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Elementary students explore the story of Where the Wild Things Are through guided drama lesson activities. Students develop drama skills: creating, responding and performing throughout various themed drama experiences based on this famous story by Maurice Sendak. ***IMPORTANT NOTE: you will need a c
Book Builds is a comprehensive resource that provides primary teachers with engaging weekly lesson plans to cover essential skills in reading, vocabulary, comprehension strategies and STEM. This unit is for one of children's favorite books, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak.This pack has
This packet contains a full day's worth of sub plans all based around the book Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
-reading:anchor chart, activity, and worksheet
-grammar worksheet (nouns and verbs)
-2 writing prompts (one narrative, one expository)
-math: 2 ancho
Classroom Poster Decor Bundle featuring Where the Wild Things Are characters! Alphabet, Numbers, 2d &3d Shapes, Colors, Binder Covers, Word Wall & more! You will love this classroom decor pack featuring cute little wild things! It includes all the resource posters you need to set up your cla
Getting your students to slow down, reflect as they read, and engage with the text in different ways are all part of being a good reader and are goals of close reading. While this can be a difficult skill for students to master, teaching it doesn't have to be! Jennifer Horner and I have teamed up to
This lesson plan outlines one of my favorite lessons to do with my art students! The lesson walks you through preparing, teaching and assessing students.
Included in the lesson plan are: common core standards, objectives, vocabulary, materials, procedure, student work images,a step-by-step drawing
If you are looking for cute posters, students pages, and assessments- visit my TpT store and look at "Author at Work". That is FULL of those things.
If you are looking for LESSONS in Writers Workshop, Guided Reading, Read Alouds, and Word Study Lessons....you have found the right spot! This docume
Mentor Sentences are making the sweep around the nation. And for good reason. They are awesome! If you have been looking for a way to expose your students to finely crafted sentences using correct grammar, then you have found it. Thanks be to Krista Wallden for her super cute alien clipart.
A Literature Kit for the novel Where the Wild Things Are written by Maurice Sendak.
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Escape to a land of Wild Things to discover that being with people who love you best is more important than misbehaving. Get into Max's mindset and decide whether he regrets being a Wild Thing.
This literature-based thematic unit contains 4 weeks of lesson plans, printables, parent newsletter, emergent readers, display cards, display poems, and much more. The units are based on the following books:
Room on a Broom
Where the Wild Things Are
Fire, Fire, Said Mrs. Maguire
When Autumn Fall
Exercise your imagination. Learn drawing and painting techniques. Grow in your creativity, reading, drawing, and writing skills. This art lesson walks students through the wild world of Maurice Sendak's illustrations and invites students to create their own WILD THINGS!
This three week lesson was d