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Where the Wild Things Are Super Pack
Max has caused a great deal of mischief in his house and hasn’t been very nice to his mother. So, Max’s mom sends him to bed without any supper, calling him a “Wild Thing.” That night, Max’s room grew into a forest and he became the king of all wild things, but it wasn’t everything he imagined it would be. This classic picture book is perfect for supporting early readers who are working on retelling and summarizing, visualizing, making inferences and understanding multiple text structures.
Get everything you need to deliver meaningful reading instruction using Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
- Comprehension Strategy Lesson Plans
- Page by Page Guided Think Sheets
- Text Based Reader’s Notebook Prompts
- Word Work Lesson Plan and Activities for Beginning Consonant Sounds (w, s, m)
- Interactive Vocabulary Games and Activities
- Running Record Assessment
- Extension Activities for Early Finishers
- Answer Keys
- Complete Common Core Alignment
- and More!
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Comprehension Strategy Resources
All comprehension strategy packs come complete with a step by step strategy lesson plan, guided page by page think sheet, answer key, text based reader's notebook prompt, and complete common core alignment
Making Inferences with Where the Wild Things Are
This lesson plan supports readers by asking them to apply their own experiences to connect to the text and infer details about Max’s actions and feelings. Readers will also be asked to infer the hidden story behind Where the Wild Things Are.
Retelling and Summarizing with Where the Wild Things Are
This book and lesson plan work well for early readers who need a new challenge retelling and summarizing. Readers will be able to clearly identify the important events and characters in the story, but readers will also have to comprehend the multiple problems and solutions to fully and accurately retell.
Understanding Text Structure with Where the Wild Things Are
Using this book and lesson plan, students will be able to identify and discuss multiple text structures, such as description, sequence, compare and contrast, and problem and solution.
Visualizing with Where the Wild Things Are
Students will love the detailed descriptions of the Wild Things and the forest in which they live. These descriptions provide a fabulous support for readers who are working to visualize while reading.
Where the Wild Things Are Extension Activity
The BookPagez extension activities are a great way to push student engagement beyond the pages of the text. Try using this activity with early finishers, with students who show a deeper connection with the text, or as a center activity.
Where the Wild Things Are Running Record
Use this "done for you" Running Record to assess oral reading fluency of Where the Wild Things Are. Track meaning, structure, and visual accuracy using the first 100 words of the text to determine whether or not this book is a good fit for the readers in your classroom.
A step by step lesson plan, interactive activity, and set of resources to help students learn about words in the context of their reading. Each package helps readers practice naming, noticing, and using specific words parts and patterns.
Where the Wild Things Are Word Work - Beginning Consonant Sounds (w, s, m)
If you use Where the Wild Things Are as an anchor text for reading comprehension, you can take advantage of your students’ framework and directly tie in word study as well. This book is a good resource for teaching a phonics lesson about beginning consonant sounds (w, s, m). You can find these lesson plans, interactive games and fun worksheets in your Super Pack, or download the individual Word Work package now.
Each package includes a list of specific vocabulary words found within the book and a set of resources to help students build their vocabulary, practice using new words, and to become more aware of new vocabulary while working and reading independently.
Where the Wild Things Are Vocabulary Connections
Your students will enhance their enjoyment and understanding of Where the Wild Things Are if they’re prepared for new vocabulary introduced in this text. And this classroom-ready Vocabulary Builder has everything you need. Download the individual Vocabulary Builder or the Super Pack for fun, productive activities that support Tier 2 and Tier 3 vocabulary growth.