Join award-winning author and Blue Peter badge holder Pamela Butchart for a fun-filled Authors Live broadcast!
In this event, Pamela tells us about her new book There's a Werewolf in my Tent and shares lots of ideas to inspire you in the classroom. Learn how to create a story using only a single crisp and how to draw your very own vampire rat!
For lots of activities related to Pamela's books, take a look at our Baby Aliens Got My Teacher!(this will open in a new window) learning activities.
If you only do one thing
If your pushed for time but still want to do a classroom activity inspired by Pamela's book There's a Werewold in my Tent, why not ask pupils to create a newspaper report based on the 'Wolf in the Tent' incident?
Produce a school newspaper report LIT 2-28a, TCH 2-04a
Split pupils into small groups and ask them to consider what makes a news report, e.g:
- An journalist's style of writing
- An eye witness interview
- An expert’s account (for example from a doctor, criminal psychologist or police detective).
Ask pupils to look back through the book to compile information that they want to include in their report.
For shorter clips from this event visit the BBC Scotland Learning(this will open in a new window) website.
A full transcript of this event is available to download.