LOST HAPPY ENDINGS ACTIVITIES
TC's classroom ideas: Book-based ideas - Pam Dowson
The Lost Happy Endings Carol-Ann Duffy's wonderful book The Lost Happy Endings with beautiful illustrations by Jane Ray, can be the focus for so much work. Here's just one idea based on the story. Make cards with lots of typical story endings (see below). Hide them around the room, and ask pairs of children to find them - like an Easter-egg hunt.
The Lost Happy Endings (Planning: Week 1) | resources
Lost Happy Endings. A wonderfully lyrical story about the search for the happy endings that are needed to make the perfect story. Buy The Lost Happy Endings from - Compare Today's Best 5 Prices A complex picture book good for and 6 The Lost Happy Endings by Carol Ann Duffy.
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The Lost Happy Endings unit plan by Lisa_Moore | Teaching
Jan 11, 2012The Lost Happy Endings unit plan. Gives ideas of how to use this inspiring picture book for work on character, setting, figurative language, story endings and cross curricular links with art. Written for Year 4 but could be adapted for any Key Stage 2 year group.3.5/5(2)Brand: TES
Looking for a happy ending.. | Playing by the book
Nov 18, 2010Other activities that would work well alongside reading The Lost Happy Endings include: Exploring a wood near you and finding a tree to climb. If you’re UK based do take a look at the Give it some Welly for Woodland project that’s just been launched by the Woodland Trust .
The Lost Happy Endings (Planning: Week 1) by StevenShaw
Mar 16, 2014Differentiated planning linked to a great text for year 5 but could be adapted for KS2. Hope this helps. Week 2 to follow..4.7/5(10)Brand: TES
The Lost Happy Endings | Literary Curriculum
Main Outcomes: Newspaper report, an extended response to a text, prequel. Overview and Outcomes: This is a three-week planning sequence for The Lost Happy Endings by Carol Ann Duffy, in which children will practise reading skills of inference as well as develop the ability to differentiate between fact, opinion, impartiality, bias and supposition.
The Lost Happy Endings, Corebooks - CLPE Centre for
Jub has the important job of ensuring all the Happy Endings of stories are in the right part of the forest when bedtime arrives. The Lost Happy Endings, Corebooks CLPE Home
Free activity sheets from Jane Ray, Caryl Hart and Alex
Jul 24, 2011Jane Ray has illustrated over 30 books including The Lost Happy Endings (which we reviewed here) and Can you catch a Mermaid (which guestposter Cathy from Nurturestore included in her selection of books here), as well as many fairy tales. On Jane Ray’s website you can find colouring in sheets for mermaids, washing lines and mythical beasts
Year 4 blog: The Lost Happy Endings
Feb 08, 2012The Lost Happy Endings At the end of the day I read a story to you called The Lost Happy Endings. It was a beautifully illustrated picture book written by Carol Ann Duffy and Jane Ray.
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