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Print and Play!Scrooge’s Escape is a Christmas-themed “escape room” for educational fun for your students in the lead-up to Christmas or anytime you are teaching the works of Charles Dickens, or what life was like in Victorian London, or the beginning of he Industrial Revolution. This escape room co
This is a set of images connected with Scrooge in Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol."The images included in this set are: different images of Scrooge as a miser, counting his money, being miserable, in his night wear and as a newly transformed character, ghosts of Christmases past, present and futu
This Reader's Theater Script is easy to follow and is based off of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. This is written at a level that 4th, 5th, and 6th graders can enjoy. During the holiday season I have enjoyed completing many projects with the text. One of my favorite projects is available here:
Originally part of the December 1998 issue of Scholastic's Storyworks Magazine, this traditional re-telling of the Ebenezer Scrooge story is perfect for readers theater or classroom play, or add holiday hymns and create a full-fledged stage production. For 10 to 16 participants and innumerable extra
A Christmas Carol: Scrooge's Diary Entry Writing Assignment - Use this writing assignment at any point in the reading of A Christmas Carol. Use it several times throughout the book even! This assignment focuses on comprehension of the text, point of view, setting, character analysis and so much more
A fun activity to complete after reading A Christmas Carol! Can also be used as an SEL mini lesson on how to be positive, and not a Scrooge! The pack includes: -9 different hat options (B&W and color combinations!) -4 writing pages (acrostic poem, "5 ways Not to be a Scrooge"- one line & 2
What's Christmas with out Dicken's classic "A Christmas Carol"? These close reads will examine two different perspectives on the character of Scrooge, and whether he was truly a villian or a practical genius. The new Common Core State Standards place a greater emphasis on critical thinking and imp
Through this resource, students will analyze the characters of Mr. Scrooge and The Grinch, and find text evidence that supports their thinking. This pack includes: - Outside and inside character traits page - Character traits page for Mr. Scrooge - Analysis page of how Mr. Scrooge changed - Charac
Who hates Christmas more, Ebenezer Scrooge or Grinch? Your kids will love finding out in this lesson center activity that addresses Common Core ELA standards using text based evidence. The activity includes excerpts from "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens and "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas". G
Questions and fill in the blank to go with the play adaptation of A Christmas Carol Visit my store. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Shopgirl-Mrs-V
This activity asks students to imagine a character from this classic story with a cell phone. It is intended to be fun and creative, but it also requires them to think critically about character traits. They have to imagine what kinds of things each character would include in the following apps:Ring
Color and black line png clips for use in personal or commercial products. Scrooge, Bob and his wife, Tiny Tim, and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future... includes a stack of gold coins. Enjoy creating with these Christmas characters from Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol... All image
After watching How the Grinch Stole Christmas & A Christmas Carol, students will write about the characters. The product contains two different writing assignments:In the first writing assignment, student will write three paragraphs giving three different reasons why The Grinch and Ebenezer Scr
Don't Be a Scrooge! Bible Lesson Task Cards for Upper Elementary The questions, as with all of my task cards, have the children digging right into Scripture to find the answers. This builds their skill in using the Bible, and promotes careful reading of the verses. Many of the children have read t

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Students will have fun comparing and contrasting the lyrics of "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" and the song "Scrooge" on a festive venn diagram. They can also examine the characteristics of these two famous grumps. Hope your class enjoys it as much as mine did!
Are you looking for engaging activities for your Scrooge Christmas Carol unit? Do your students need to work on their reading comprehension skills? If so, these reading passages and question worksheets are perfect to use in your literacy centers this Christmas.What's Included?10 Comprehension Activi
This is a Jeopardy review game for the drama version of A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley. This drama is featured in the new Prentice Hall Literature books (Common Core Edition) for 7th Graders. It is formatted using Smart Notebook and is made to be used with the Smartboard. All of the categori
This is a one page graphic organizer/template that guides and teaches students how to write an obituary. Students are given the definition of obituary, and directions to fill all the boxes. To make it easier for students to understand the obituary format, I broke the obituary up into specific part
Instagram is all the rage with middle and high school students. What better way to connect with them than to use it in the classroom to create timelines of events in a story or a character's life. This particular project is created for the book "A Christmas Carol," but it could easily be changed t
Scrooge Verb Tense Sort *Please download the preview to see more detail This is an activity designed to help distinguish between verb tenses. You may use this activity as center work, for early finishers, small group, or any other way you see fit. It contains: *Directions sheet for display, incl
"No Scrooges allowed on the premises." Students reassemble the scrambled image using the grid coordinates. Blank grid templates are included...or have your students create their own grid on blank drawing paper. Scrambled grids ensure that student's attention is focused on what they are doing and no
Take learning about character traits to another level with this higher order thinking worksheet. Students will cite evidence found in the story and an example and character trait ideas are given. This is a "print and go" worksheet. Enjoy!
This set of games focuses on 18 Christmas vocabulary words. The activities in this set are excellent practice for word recognition, vocabulary development, syllable practice, and alphabetical order. They can be used for morning work, small group instruction, independent practice throughout the day
This activity examines Scorrge's relationships with other characters. Then have the students listen to the song X-mas Shoes and tell how Scrooge would respond to the boy based on what the students discover sbout Scrooge.

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