Little Wolf is such a funny story and a great opportunity for a creative writing activity. After reading “Little Wolf’s First Howling” by Laura McGee Kvasnosky and Kate Harvey McGee, I had my kiddos write something silly in the word bubble that their own wolf could howl. When time permitted, I would go around and have the kids try to howl out what they wrote. I think it still works for younger kiddos too; parents are guardians can write in the word bubble for them, which creates print awareness and still works on some critical thinking. Lots of fun!!
You can find a copy here for FREE. Below is my example–the actual worksheet has a clear word bubble for the writing portion. Special thanks to Katie Harvey McGee for reaching out and giving permission to distribute this resource for librarians and teachers. Permission to distribute this resource was given by author Kate McGee via email on 9/29/2019.
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