Maurice sendak-where-the-wild-things-areBus service to and from camp will be available again this year. This service is included in the cost of camp and allows an opportunity for camper independence. Camper check-in begins 10 minutes prior to scheduled departure times. Parents may drop off their camper at am directly at the day camp facility and pick them up again at pm. Campers will not be checked in until 9am and late charges will apply for campers not picked up by pm. Before care is not available during this week due to Parkway Summer School.
Where the Wild Things Are
His very dramatic reading, accompanied by First Lady Michelle, featured claws and roars from the excited crowd! He intended to write about his own experiences and the people he knew, and the books became a form of self-expression for him. After dressing in his wolf costume and causing chaos in his house, Max is sent to bed with no supper as a punishment.
Where The Wild Things Are By Maurice Sendak
Maurice Sendak A set of flashcards featuring words and images from Where the Wild Things Are. A downloadable pdf-file to let students read the story in groups of 5. Keep reading until every student has read every part. For educational purposes only. These resources contain our own artwork. The products are in no way endorsed by the authors or publishers of any related stories,.
Imagine you lived with Max in the forest among the Wild Things. Draw a picture to show what kind of Wild Thing. Teaching Support Kit. Notes on structure. These notes may.
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Before and After Care
Young Max is naughty, engaging in such mischief as chasing after the dog with a fork. Dressed in a wolf suit, Max is in such a rage that his bedroom starts to turn into a jungle and a boat appears. He sails to the land of the wild things, which are huge monsters with claws. Not frightened of anything, Max tames the wild things, who agree that he is the wildest of them all, and they make him their king. Although the wild things beg him to stay, he returns to his bedroom, where his supper is waiting for him.