Knock, knock. Who’s there?
19 November 2007Add to My Folder
Use a variety of doors to provide an exciting springboard for stimulating writing, speaking, listening and drama activities
Create a door from card to present the children’s creative writing
Use the internet or look in old magazines for pictures of doors, including the less obvious, for example microwave oven doors or washing machine doors. Ask the children to choose one of the doors and plan a story where the door provides a problem for the main characters, for example: The door slammed shut with a sickening thud. She kicked, pleaded and screamed at it, but nothing budged… The children then need to find a resolution and bring their story to a satisfying conclusion. The type of door they choose will set the scene for the type of story they write, for instance, a trapdoor would be perfectly placed in a spooky story.
What’s behind the door?
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