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Stage 9: The Litter Queen – Explore the pictures Let’s talk about the pictures from the start of the story. Are you ready? © www.teachitprimary.co.uk 201014113.

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1 Stage 9: The Litter Queen – Explore the pictures Let’s talk about the pictures from the start of the story. Are you ready? © Slide 1 of 10 The Litter Queen: text © Roderick Hunt 1993; illustrations © Alex Brychta The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright in the characters. Published by arrangement with Oxford University Press.

2 Who is enjoying the picnic? What do they like about it? Who would you like to go on a picnic with? What would you take? © Slide 2 of 10 The Litter Queen: text © Roderick Hunt 1993; illustrations © Alex Brychta The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright in the characters. Published by arrangement with Oxford University Press.

3 What’s happening now? Click on the arrows to the left to zoom in on this picture. When you have finished zooming in, move on to look at one more picture. © Slide 3 of 10 The Litter Queen: text © Roderick Hunt 1993; illustrations © Alex Brychta The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright in the characters. Published by arrangement with Oxford University Press.

4 Why is Wilma’s mum left behind? What can you see on the grass? What might Wilma’s mum be thinking? What do you think she would say to the children when they return? © Slide 4 of 10 The Litter Queen: text © Roderick Hunt 1993; illustrations © Alex Brychta The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright in the characters. Published by arrangement with Oxford University Press.

5 Who can you see in this picture? Where are they going? What do you think is at the top of the hill? How would you travel back down the hill? © Slide 5 of 10 The Litter Queen: text © Roderick Hunt 1993; illustrations © Alex Brychta The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright in the characters. Published by arrangement with Oxford University Press.

6 What is Wilma’s dad carrying? Why? What might Wilma’s dad be thinking? © Slide 6 of 10 The Litter Queen: text © Roderick Hunt 1993; illustrations © Alex Brychta The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright in the characters. Published by arrangement with Oxford University Press.

7 Who has fallen over? How do you think he feels? Think about a time when you have fallen over. What happened to you and how did you feel? © Slide 7 of 10 The Litter Queen: text © Roderick Hunt 1993; illustrations © Alex Brychta The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright in the characters. Published by arrangement with Oxford University Press.

8 Who do you think dropped this litter? Why do you think they dropped it? Have you ever dropped litter? What would you do if you saw someone dropping litter? © Slide 8 of 10 The Litter Queen: text © Roderick Hunt 1993; illustrations © Alex Brychta The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright in the characters. Published by arrangement with Oxford University Press.

9 Why do you think Floppy is running ahead? How can the children get Floppy to come back? © Slide 9 of 10 The Litter Queen: text © Roderick Hunt 1993; illustrations © Alex Brychta The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright in the characters. Published by arrangement with Oxford University Press.

10 How do you think the children are feeling now? What do you think Wilma’s mum is saying? What is Wilma’s dad doing? Do you think the children should pick up the litter? Why? © Slide 10 of 10 The Litter Queen: text © Roderick Hunt 1993; illustrations © Alex Brychta The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright in the characters. Published by arrangement with Oxford University Press.


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