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Mr Wolf's Pancakes CANCELLED: A hilarious illustrated children’s book, perfect for Pancake Day - with a sparkling foil finish!

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I haven’t seen ANY advertising over here about pancake day, so I’m wondering if it’s something they even acknowledge in Oz. These are the books you’ll want to keep and pass on to future generations (by then they probably won’t have books anymore!

Mr Wolf’s Pancakes – Jan Fearnley Text: Mr Wolf’s Pancakes – Jan Fearnley

I do like these books, illustrations of great and they have a kind of Roald Dahl feel to them which always appeals. This fantastic resource includes ideas for lessons, as well as indoor and outdoor enhancements, for this theme.Ideal for use with EYFS, our quality worksheets and PowerPoints provide essential information on pancake, mr wolfs pancakes, world book day and more.

EYFS Lesson Plan and Enhancement Ideas to Support - Twinkl EYFS Lesson Plan and Enhancement Ideas to Support - Twinkl

Tailored to the academic needs of EYFS children, these Mr Wolf's Pancakes games and activities are sure to become class favourites. Read and Create is a personal blog, featuring children's literature and the play, crafts, outings and food inspired by stories. When he gets home he realises he isn’t very good at cooking so he asks the Three Little Pigs for help. Mr Wolf’s Pancakes by Jan Fearnley allowed us the chance to think about Shrove Tuesday, what the day signifies and also the situations Mr Wolf faces. I hope that the treasure trove of books and activities allows you to take away a new gem, or a nugget that inspires you.

Shrove Tuesday (or Pancake Day) is next week, traditionally the day when eggs, butter and milk were used up before the beginning of Lent. The delicious aroma coming from Mr Wolf’s kitchen is hard to resist and soon the greedy neighbours come knocking on Mr Wolf’s door. He seeks the help of the Gingerbread Man to count out his money but the grumpy Gingerbread Man is no help to Mr Wolf. Once they are all inside Mr Wolf struggles to fight his wolfly instincts and you can imagine what happens next! Now, we all know that wolves get quite a bad press where fairy tales are concerned but Jan Fearnley cleverly wins us over so that we are rooting for Mr Wolf by the time Chicken Licken slams the door in his face.

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