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The Diary of a Wimpy Kid books are the perfect companion for reluctant readers. Their comic book format makes them accessible, they’re bursting with laugh-out-loud moments and tackle important themes such as bullying and family life.
These activities will get students excited about the books while developing their literacy skills.
They will learn to use a comic strip format to create characters, setting, dialogue and plot, and to organise ideas on how to combine pictures, captions and dialogue to bring an event to life.
Find more Wimpy Kid resources at wimpykidclub.co.uk/teachers-resources.