Write a happy ending Would they still feel the same? Write letters between the two characters, possible cliffhanger, Write dialogue for the phonecall or the phonecall between the two.
Who could they belong to? I have also done an activity where the children create a 'photo diary' of memories - they can use stills from the animation or draw their own photos.
Birthday Boy The year isthe place is Korea and there is a war going on. Write a dialogue between Manuk and his mother, him retelling what he has been up to whilst she tries to persuade him to be careful.
Line Success Double lines and line generalization activities promote legible writing.
The children often guess that the story is sad - maybe someone looking back at their life. The earlier we teach children to master handwriting, the more likely they are to succeed in school, and write with speed and ease in all subjects. What do you think they would want to do now?
Any clues? The animation touches on sensitive issues but is suitable for KS2. Why does he risk his own life?
What are they thinking?