The Great Waldo Search

The Great Waldo Search❰PDF❯ ❤ The Great Waldo Search Author Martin Handford – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Follow Waldo into the realms of amazing fantasy Find him among gobbling gluttons, battling monks, carpet flyers, great ball game players, red dwarves, nasty nasties, fighting foresters, deep sea diver Follow Waldo into the realms of amazing fantasy Find him among gobbling gluttons, battling monks, carpet flyers, great ball game players, red dwarves, nasty nasties, fighting foresters, deep sea divers, knights of the magic flag, unfriendly giants, underground hunters, and many, manyJoin Waldo in the incredible Land of Waldos. Neo enjoyed this book, as it gave him a chance to look and find Waldo and friends throughout this animated craziness on a page Less read than gazed over for long periods repeatedly Great to get that grey matter and eyes as sharp as can be My Grandchildren could find Wally and I only found him once.Time to visit Specsavers thinks me. You might be wondering why this book is on my hidden gems shelf After all, pretty much everyone has read or at least heard of the Where s Waldo books Well, it s because Waldo is wait for it hidden I ll show myself out. I remember looking for Waldo with my mom and dad as a young kid, pouring over the book for hours Now that I m older and have my own kids, I can say with full confidence that this is the type of book that never gets old It s still fun and becomes evenso when introducing it to a younger generation.The artwork in Where s Waldo The Fantastic Adventure is still as amazing and complex as I remember I admire the skill and time that went into crafting every puzzle in the book, hiding the clues I remember looking for Waldo with my mom and dad as a young kid, pouring over the book for hours Now that I m older and have my own kids, I can say with full confidence that this is the type of book that never gets old It s still fun and becomes evenso when introducing it to a younger generation.The artwork in Where s Waldo The Fantastic Adventure is still as amazing and complex as I remember I admire the skill and time that went into crafting every puzzle in the book, hiding the clues in just the right spots It also has handy checklists for you to keep track of all the clues you ve found, which definitely came in handy I read this book with my 5 year old daughter several times and she thoroughly enjoyed finding the clues They weren t overly difficult for her, but still challenging enough to keep her and me attentive and searching over and over The only puzzle we encountered difficulty was with The Land of Waldos, the last story in the book The goal was to find him amongst hundreds of look a likes AND find his missing shoe We did find his shoe, but Waldo himself eludes us constantly Final Verdict Waldo is still as charming and captivating now as he was back in 1989 when it was first published Young and old readers will find this edition a perfect book to enjoy together or apart Finished copy was received from the publisher through Young Adult Books Central for review this is possibly the most mind stimulating book i have ever read the plot is a little hazy, but the concept is spectacular anyone who has not read this book is a truly deprived soul and needs to pick up a copy as soon as they can Even after all these years, I still find myself looking for the damn shoe on the last page. Seriously You re reading my review of Where s Waldo We used this book to teach a grammar lesson about expanded noun phrases It showed children that in order to effectively describe a character, for example in their writing they need to add detail to allow the reader to build up a picture We chose different pages from the book, paired everyone up and asked them to use noun phrases to describe one of the tiny characters and their partner had to find who were they were describing After this, in larger groups, the class had to annotate photocopied We used this book to teach a grammar lesson about expanded noun phrases It showed children that in order to effectively describe a character, for example in their writing they need to add detail to allow the reader to build up a picture We chose different pages from the book, paired everyone up and asked them to use noun phrases to describe one of the tiny characters and their partner had to find who were they were describing After this, in larger groups, the class had to annotate photocopied pages from the book with all of the noun phrases they could come up with to create a vivid description of that picture, for example one group had a picture of a huge multicoloured fish We included opportunities for immediate feedback and elicitation by having each person write in a different coloured pen This way a teacher could assess everyone s understanding, contribution to the task and perhaps, recognise one of thequiet children for their progress We could also make some links to Maths by dividing the pages of the book into sections in a grid and having the children write directions for finding The young boy with sandy blonde hair, wearing tight red shorts and long electric green flippers This would teach prepositional words in a creative and engaging way What I loved most about using a Where s Wally book to teach grammar was the fact that not only did it provide the class with an exciting context, but it was also so accessible for every child in my class because it contains no words Each person was able to use noun phrases to describe a character they could see in the book, making for an incredibly effective teaching resource and lesson I am very excited to use this book in school and make full use of the numerous opportunities that it offers from Reception through to Year six Where s Wallyby Martin HandfordAge s I would use it for 3 This is a classic book which can either be thought of as a book without a plot, or one with many Following the journey of Wally or Waldo or the other characters in many different settings I think that this is an exceptional book that can be used to encourage children to enjoy books Although this book lacks a lot of writing I think that it is a great resource to accompany any lesson from ages 3 to 12.I would use it throughout pr Where s Wallyby Martin HandfordAge s I would use it for 3 This is a classic book which can either be thought of as a book without a plot, or one with many Following the journey of Wally or Waldo or the other characters in many different settings I think that this is an exceptional book that can be used to encourage children to enjoy books Although this book lacks a lot of writing I think that it is a great resource to accompany any lesson from ages 3 to 12.I would use it throughout primary to encourage speech, perhaps for students who arereserved or have SEN Picking a page at random, asking questions about the pictures and leading up to the child telling their own stories of why Wally is where he is, how they think he got there, where they think he might go to next I would photocopy certain pages from any of the series of books, to use as a drama activity Children will be given a random scene from the book, working in groups to act out what they see Children will then guess what country they are in This will require research as the children will have to represent the cultures from the still they are portraying For Early years and year 1 2 the book can be used to link with history Children will record the events of one of the characters of their choice on a timeline This will enrich children s understanding of the world, discussing the different settings on each page The book can also be used implement the idea of tenses in year 1 English Where was Wally Using one picture, each child will be given a different character name from the book Children will write a sentence about where they were The class will then compare, guessing which character each student was writing about This can also be used as part of a foreign language lesson, starting from year 1 up to 6, based on the level of language devises taught Students can use Wally to explain directions, prepositions and descriptive words relating to location, in a MFL lesson Wally represents the concept of travel, the book can be used to help discuss geographic issues such as migration and population growth to KS1 Wally, Waldo, Charlie, Walter, Holger, Valli, Willy, Hetti, and Effy What do they have in common They re all the name of a traveler who wears red and white stripes, jeans, glasses and brown shoes Here in the States we know him as Waldo but he started his journey as Wally in Great Britain The third book in the series by Martin Handford is The Great Waldo Search also known as Where s Wally 3 The Fantastic Journey and was published in 1989.The Great Waldo Search requires astute attention t Wally, Waldo, Charlie, Walter, Holger, Valli, Willy, Hetti, and Effy What do they have in common They re all the name of a traveler who wears red and white stripes, jeans, glasses and brown shoes Here in the States we know him as Waldo but he started his journey as Wally in Great Britain The third book in the series by Martin Handford is The Great Waldo Search also known as Where s Wally 3 The Fantastic Journey and was published in 1989.The Great Waldo Search requires astute attention to detail Each scene spread across two pages builds on the previous one, requiring the reader to search for a growing number of characters and items The main focus though on every page is to find three things Waldo, the Wizard Whitebeard and a scroll There are also characters from previous scenes hidden in each of the scenes.The scenes included are The Gobbling Gluttons The Battling Monks The Carpet Flyers The Great Ball Game Players The Ferocious Red Dwarves The Nasty Nasties The Fighting Forester The Deep Sea Divers The Knights of the Magic Flag The Unfriendly Giants The Underground Hunters The Land of WaldosSean and I have worked through the book together three times and we still haven t managed to find Waldo on every page We are completely stumped on The Ferocious Red Dwarves , The Unfriendly Giants and The Underground Hunters

The Great Waldo Search eBook ´ The Great  eBook
  • Hardcover
  • 28 pages
  • The Great Waldo Search
  • Martin Handford
  • English
  • 09 May 2019
  • 0316342823