Where the Wild Things Are Body Parts Board Games

Where the Wild things are body parts board game resource cover
Print and play or use one of the black and white templates to incorporate more language practice, and even get your students to create their own. A great resource to take home and continue learning at home with the family.
 
This resource complements the story, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, but can equally be used separately as part of a unit the body, animals or monsters. It fits in nicely with Halloween too! 
 
 
 

What is included?

6 different board games in colour and black and white.

Longer game boards

  • Read and draw
  • Look and draw
  • Create your own board game

Shorter game boards

  • Read and draw
  • Look and draw
  • Create your own board game

While playing each game, the children draw their very own Wild Thing, depending on the squares they land on. There’s a template for this too.

What will my students learn?

Possible vocabulary to focus on includes: feathers, teeth, eyes, tail, scales, horns, webbed feet, claws, fur, nails, ears, mouth

Possible structures: It’s got / It has / It is a / They are

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