- Useful inventions and why humans invent things
- Different ways in which we are all creative
- Why we need to make a plan before making something
- How we don’t have to be the best at something to have fun doing what we love
A Wibbly Wobbly Idea
Written by Anna Notley, illustrated by Mat Faint
A story about a little boy with big dreams who discovers the importance of doing what he loves for himself, and not for the admiration of others. Colourful illustrations help children to grasp the story before reading the text.
Ideal for use with children in Years 1 and 2 (age 5-8). This book has been written to accompany the LanguageLift program, but can also be used independently. The explicit story and language elements will make it particularly helpful for those struggling with oral language.