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Where the Wild Things Are

Where The Wild Things Are - Maurice Sendak

Where the Wild Things Are is about a young boy who gets into trouble and is sent to bed without dinner. His creative imaginative mind takes him to a land of wild creatures where he becomes their king. This is a great story that children can relate to because of their imagination.


You could use this in a first or second grade classroom and have an anchor chart with character, setting, problem and solution sections for the students to fill out. You could also do a text-to-self activity sheet for the students to do that has at the stop "If I Were a Wild Thing, I Would Look Like This...", then at the bottom "A wild thing I would do: ________"