What do you see on the front cover? Creatures, colours, shapes, facial expressions.
Look at the title. Have you visited a cave? Where?
Which creatures live in caves?
Which creature do you think lives in this cave?
Do you think the wolf wants the creature to come out of the cave? Why?
What would you say to invite the creature out of the cave?
Look up the meaning of the word ‘bored’. How do you say ‘bored’ in your language? Do you ever get bored? Why
Step 2 and Step 3: Listen and Watch
Listen and watch for general understanding and enjoyment.
Listen and watch again and answer the questions, pause and replay when you need to.
Why does the creature stay in the cave?
What does the wolf say to persuade the creature to come out of his cave?
Pause and read: What is the title of the book the wolf is reading?
Who is getting hungry? The wolf or the creature in the cave?
What does the wolf finally offer the creature that makes him come out of the cave?
What happened to the wolf?
Step 4: Add your Voice
Remember the different ways the wolf tries to invite the creature out of the cave?
Find three things bears like to eat.
Complete the sentence. A friend is someone who ……..
What did you think the little creature was? Were you surprised it was a bear? Why?
Observe & Draw
Which is your favourite illustration? Draw a picture in the style of Rob Hodgson.
What do you think is the message of this story?
Which is your favourite part of the story? Why?
Step 5: Share and Evaluate your work
Send your work to your teacher or share in your virtual classroom.
Complete the evaluation sheet to reflect on your learning.
Need Help ? Part A: Read and complete. You can write or say your answers. You can do this on your own, in pairs or in a class discussion.
Part B: Think about how well you did. Choose and draw the smiley face that fits best.