The Boy Who Cried Wolf Word and Picture Matching Activity Sheet

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The Boy Who Cried Wolf Word and Picture Match - matching, story

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  • I will use this resource for SEN students. Previously when using the same type of resource for another story ( Hansel and Gretal ) I made up some other worksheets using the same words and pictures but at earlier conceptual levels ie pic - pic matching, word - word matching. I confess I did this manually with good old fashion scissors and glue as I didnt have time to figure out how to create my own - which i will try with these !! Ps I cant find out how i edit 'editable' resources !!

    , Mar 5th
    • Hi mrsdolittle,
      Thanks for commenting! I'm glad to hear that this resource will be so useful :) In answer to your question, the editable resources open as an MS Word doc, and the text or pictures are able to be changed when you click to "enable editing" - I hope this helps!

      , Mar 5th
This simple word and picture matching activity is great for consolidating your children's visual recognition skills. The resource includes key images from the story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf on one side, and the corresponding words on the other. Simply a draw a line between the two to match them up!
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