Where the Wild Things Are Body Parts Board Games include a selection of board games to practise animal body parts. This resource complements the story, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, but can equally be used separately as part of a unit on the body, animals or monsters. It fits in nicely with Halloween too!
COMPREHENSIVE ACTIVITY SUGGESTIONS are included and all templates come in black and white or colour.
Either print and play or use one of the black and white templates to incorporate more language practice. A great resource to take home and continue learning at home with the family.
Possible vocabulary to focus on includes: feathers, teeth, eyes, tail, scales, horns, webbed feet, claws, fur, nails, ears, mouth
If you don’t have access to the story, you can find a good collection of storytelling videos and related songs on
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Please note the Where the Wild Things Are story is not provided with this resource but is available in major book stores. You can also access collections of storytelling videos on ourThere are also lots of other related videos and songs there too!
This activity pack is supplied as a PDF file and is not editable.
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Where the Wild Things Are Body Parts Board Games