Harry and the Dinosaurs United Paperback – 7 Jan 2010
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About the Author
Having spent much of his life teaching English and drama, Ian Whybrow is now a bestselling author. Among his most popular characters are the hugely successful Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs and the much-loved Little Wolf. Ian lives in Harrow, Middlesex.
Adrian Reynolds is a hugely talented illustrator who has worked on many picture books, including the wonderful Harry stories and four adventures featuring Pete and Polo. Adrian lives in Cambridge.
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Teachers - This forms part of a collection of books from the well known and respected children's author Ian Whybrow. Harry and his dinosaurs are a fab resource for in the classroom a they have proven to really capture the imagination of, in particular, the boys who usually are not too keen on books.
Themes: football, teamwork, friendships, reaching a goal/aspirations, uniforms, practice makes perfect, emotions.
- The books could be used as a discussion point for playing as a team player e.g. accepting when you lose or are not as good as someone else. This could then lead onto writing about or simply sharing 'i am good at' quotes.
- The book could be used as a discussion point for how to choose a team. You choose one by one.
- Children could use this to explore mathematical concepts such as full, half full, overflowing. This could be done by placing the dinosaurs in a bucket and discussing and mark making about what it shows e.g. full.
- During choosing time a bucketful of plastic dinosaurs could be set up on the carpet space along with the books. Some clipboards and pencils could also be added to encourage some mark making.Read more ›