Philip on the ship

Philip on the ship is about being responsible for oneself and for an animal. It also tells about the relation to grandparents.

Place: The story takes place on a big passenger ship and in its corridors, and it tells how to find your way in them.

Group: Pre-school and elementary school

Discussion: What does it mean to take responsibility?

Who should take responsibility? In which situations do you have to take responsibility?

How can you take responsibility for yourself?

How do you take care of an animal (dog, cat, guinea pig)?

What thoughts come to you from the story?

What would you do in Philip’s situation?

Tasks: Draw your own pictures about the story.

Write your own story about one of the pictures in the book.