This 20 Day Writing Unit will encourage your students to become authors of opinion, persuasive, and letter writing! They will walk through the writing process from brainstorming to publishing in an organized and structured way! Weeks 3-4 are structured a little differently to allow students tim
Set Includes:6 MENTOR TEXT ACTIVITIES FOR THE FOLLOWING TEXTS: DUCK!RABBIT!, THE PERFECT PET, I WANNA IGUANA, I WANNA NEW ROOM, RED IS BEST, AND HEY LITTLE ANTVocabulary Cards: because, reason, opinion, first, next, last, example, introduction, conclusionAnchor Charts: "What is an Opinion?", "What i
Opinion Writing Unit Aligned to CCSS for Grades 3-5
This unit uses three mentor text: The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, I Wanna Iguana, and Hey, Little Ant.
Unit includes a teacher overview (day by day- 10 days!), anchor charts, worksheets, graphic organizers, writing paper, peer & stu
Hey, Little Ant is a great book to use for persuasive/opinion writing. Everything you need is included to create the craftivity and more and a COMPLETE NO PREP version is included as well.Great for all levels- younger students can be read the Amazing Ant Facts and older students can complete all of
This opinion writing unit using the story, "Hey, Little Ant," is filled with lesson plans, graphic organizers, and teacher samples. This opinion writing project streamlines the writing process and introduces students (2nd & 3rd grade) to writing five-paragraph essays. Lesson plans are broken up
***UPDATED***55 pages of Opinion Writing activities to accompany mentor text:*Which Would You Rather Be?*Little Red Bird*Help Me, Mr. Mutt!*Hey, Little Ant!*Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!*Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late!*The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog!*The Pigeon Needs a Bath!*The Pigeon Wants a
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Children are intrigued by the opened ended question at the conclusion of the book, Hey Little Ant by Phillip Hoose. This book lends itself perfec
It's picnic time! Break out the basket and serve up some tasty writing!
This picnic basket craftivity is super easy and makes an awesome bulletin board display of student writing and creativity!
Can also use it with 'Hey Little Ant' by Phillip & Hannah Hoose for opinion writing!
Are you looking for Upper Elementary argumentative activities for the story Hey, Little Ant?This product is for YOU!An excellent way to introduce argumentative text to your 3rd-5th grade studentsIt completely covers the ELA TEKS: 3.9E, 4.9E, 5.9E (i, ii, iii)and Common Core Reading Anchor Standard R
Use this creativity with the companion text “Hey Little Ant” and help students form and express their opinions about whether the boy should squish the ant or save him! This resource includes- Template for boys head and glassesDifferentiated writing papersPlanning/pre-writing organizer
Stop and Think, Think Aloud, Turn and Talk, and Stop and Jot questions to go along with the book Hey, Little Ant by Phillip and Hannah Hoose. These questions have a focus on identifying a character’s feelings and using details from the text/reasons to support an opinion. They are all available to
This pack goes with the book "Hey, Little Ant". Included are persuasive and opinion writing prompts!
- "Should the boy squish the ant? Why or why not?" TWO different response papers (one with regular lines and one with dotted lines)
- "Would you squish the ant?" TWO different response pap
This pack is full of resources to go along with the story "Hey, Little Ant!" There are resources for interactive notebooks or full-sheet pages. These can be used in small groups or as a whole group.
It includes activities for:
Point of View
-An interactive journal page.
-A differentiated journal pa
SHOULD THE ANT GET SQUISHED? SHOULD THE ANT GO FREE? IT'S UP TO THE KID, NOT UP TO ME.With these words, you can begin exploring the idea of an opinion and opinion writing with your students. These activities will help your students understand what an opinion is and how to support their opinion wi
This is a writing paper for the book Hey Little Ant by Phillip Hoose. I have my students write a letter to the boy persuading him to either not squish the ant or to go ahead and squish it. The kids can then decorate the head to look like the boy.
Writing Paper and Rubric for “Opinion Writing: Should the Boy Squish the Ant?”
Hey, Little Ant by Phillip M. Hoose is a wonderful picture book. A boy is about to step on an ant when the ant starts talking to him to try to convince him not to squish him.
After listening to Hey, Little Ant by Phi
Hey, Little Ant written by Phillip M. Hoose, is a wonderful persuasive story. This product enables students to practice opinion writing skills.Students are able to:* Express their opinion of what the boy should do ... save the ant or squish the ant* Give reason that support their opinion* Practice w
Opinion writing for the children's picture book "Hey, Little Ant" by Phillip and Hannah Hoose.
If you were the boy, would you squish the ant? Two pages of writing paper included.
Border from Creative Clips by Krista Wallden
Activity sheet based on "Het Little Ant" by Hannah and Phillip Hoose. I usually staple the paper to a construction paper background and put it on the literacy wall with a copy of the book's front cover. :)