Sign up to our newsletter and get free ideas, information and activities sent to you!

Subscribe2


The Wrong Book

National Simultaneous Storytime 2013

Start Reading at 11am Wednesday 22nd May 2013

Book: The Wrong Book by Nick Bland

Each year an Australian picture book is chosen to be read simultaneously in schools, homes, childcare centres, libraries, bookshops and anywhere else you can read a book! So we at The Education Clinic want you to know about it and join in! This year it is to be held on Wednesday 22nd May at 11am and the book is ‘The Wrong Book’ by Nick Bland.

 

Learning Activities For This Week

Monday 20th May 2013

The Wrong Book

Read ‘The Wrong Book’ by Nick Bland to your child. Read and enjoy this book as many times as you like this week! Don’t forget to read it on Wednesday at 11am.

Tuesday 21st May 2013

Monster Puppet

Retell the story through puppets. Draw an elephant, monster, pirate, queen, rat and a Nicholas Ickle and attach each one to a pop stick, ruler, pencil or water bottle. Use the puppets to retell the story.

Wednesday 22nd May 2013

11am – Read ‘The Wrong Book’ by Nick Bland.

Poster The Wrong Book

On Thursday your child can perform the book for your family. Today, go over the order of events and allow your child to design a poster to advertise their performance. Discuss with your child whether they will use the book to help them, use dolls or dress up and perform the show!

Thursday 23rd May 2013

Your child can perform ‘The Wrong Book’ for you and/or your family. No matter how it goes, enjoy and be supportive!

Friday 24th May 2013

Text Innovation: Encourage your child to change the story to include themselves. Include phrases like ‘My name is (your child’s name) and this book is about….’. Have fun with thinking about what characters could make your book ‘The Wrong Book’. Do this activity orally or create your own book using spare paper.

 

Have a lovely weekend and happy learning!!

Leigh

Ellie and Computer

Working hard at The Education Clinic!

Comments

Got something to say?