Can you spot and describe the difference between the two pirate crew images?

Our ‘Storytelling prompts’ for Ferdinand Forest and the pirate pickle are the perfect accompaniment to your storytelling lessons. These prompts come with keyword phrases from the story.

Write a profile for Dr Samuel Johnson.

These Ferdinand Forest and the pirate pickle ‘Wanted’ posters are the perfect space for children to develop their understanding of some of the main characters in our book.

Cut out and arrange the story events of Ferdinand Forest and the pirate pickle in order.

What facts can you find in text and what can you infer?

Closed and open-ended comprehension activities for Ferdinand Forest and the pirate pickle.

Read the ‘Travel by book’ closing thought and talk about the ideas in it during your class or school assembly.

Display the story map on your whiteboard and tell the story, image by image.

These words taken from the Ferdinand Forest and the pirate pickle by Libby Taylor are often misspelled. Learn how to spell any that you don’t know using your usual method, then work with a friend to test each other.

Sea resources

  • All
  • Activity Sheet
  • Art
  • Audio
  • Critical Thinking
  • Ebook
  • Environment
  • FREE
  • Geography
  • Literacy
  • Maths
  • Poetry
  • Reward
  • Science
  • Story Resources
  • Story Starter
  • Template
  • Whiteboard
  • Default
  • Title
  • Random

Sea TH

Don't miss out

Subscribe to all of our stories and topics for the equivalent of just £3.95 a month.

Remember...

You'll get 15% off everything in our shop when you subscribe.

Look for resources...

Wide Miss Whacky Top

Wide Miss Whacky Middle

Wide Miss Whacky Bottom

paid annually

Call or fax 248