Start a wild rumpus with this mini unit inspired by Maurice Sendak's most beloved work, "Where The Wild Things Are."
This package includes the following literacy activities:
- Word Scramble Activity
- Vocabulary Cards for flashcards, word wall, etc.
- Venn Diagram to compare/contrast Max and the Wild Things
- Story Elements (for notes or assessment)
- Cause and Effect Matching
- Comprehension Board Game, including Directions, Game Board, Game Pieces, Comprehension Question Cards, Answer Key
- "Get Wild With Adjectives" Activities, including a descriptive poster for Max, an adjective writing activity for the Wild Things, Adjective word cards, and Adding Adjectives activity
- Making Sentences Activities, including Parts of a Sentence Poster, Complete/Incomplete Poster Cards, Complete v. Incomplete T-Chart Sort
- Prewriting and Writing Templates for the writing prompt, "If a forest grew in your room, what would it look like?" Students can use the letter template to write a letter to Max from themselves, Max's mom, or the Wild Things. Students can also write a journal entry from Max's perspective about his time spent with the Wild Things.