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Research based opinion writing using "The Great Kapok Tree" by Lynne Cherry. The students will write their opinion on deforestation by using sources I provided or online research. They will learn how to quote text evidence and go through the entire writing process. They can do this on paper or Goog
Just in time for Earth Day! Share with your students the story of The Great Kapok Tree as they listen to reasons why we should save the rain forest. Your students will identify and respond to the opinions of each animal. Finally, your students will decide which animal they most agree with. They w
This resource is related to the book 'The Great Kapok Tree'. ***Common Core Aligned!*** This is a writing activity where the students get to take on the role of one of the animals in the book They will decide whether or not the tree should be cut down as their main argument, supported by reason
Are you doing a persuasive writing unit? This writing and craftivity based on the book The Great Kapok Tree will guide persuasive writing and persuasive letter writing for your students. Included is multiple different writing frames, each with two options of line spacing as well as a low prep craf
This writing topic template is designed to teach students the new common core standards writing topic format. With the new common core standards, students will be tested based on how much evidence they cite from the story to complete the writing topic assignment. This writing topic asks students t
This writing booklet will give students a guided outline to record persuasive evidence from the "The Great Kapok Tree" on why this man should not cut down this beautiful tree! You can use this template to accompany a guided reading and then utilize it as an outline to a persuasive essay! This packet
Students respond to The Great Kapok Tree through writing. Various writing prompts, which require students to make connections, are provided. Narrative, opinion, and informative/explanatory prompts are included along with themed writing paper.
Have students use this activity sheet as an opinion writing brainstorming organizer for the text titled the Great Kapok Tree by Lynn Cherry.
After reading "The Great Kapok Tree" students can create a rainforest field guide. Teachers facilitate a discussion about the human impact on the rainforest and how people can protect nature. In order to complete the field guide your students will be reading and writing like detectives by gathering
Use these EBSR (Evidence Based Selected Response) questions to assess students' comprehension of the text titled The Great Kapok Tree by Lynn Cherry. Included: 6 EBSR (Evidence Based Selected Response) Answer Key Writing Task with Rain Forest Writing Paper
Here's a great activity after finishing reading The Great Kapok Tree! Students are tasked with illustrating one of the many animals from the book, and summarize the reason why the would not want the tree to get chopped down.
This resource contains 4 evidence based questions (Part A and B) for the text, The Great Kapok Tree. Also included, writing paper for a central message writing.
After reading this beloved story, have students make a prediction about what the man in the rain forest will do next.
An easy writing piece for Kinders to complete after a whole group reading of The Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry. Students will imagine they are an animal living in the tree and finish the sentence in the caption box. Students will also add an illustration to their writing piece.
PreK - 1st
These Earth Day writing, art, and read aloud activities are inspired by Lynne Cherry's book The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale of the Amazon Rainforest. Each of the three activities below can be used to enrich your read aloud of this amazingly powerful book. Nonfiction Read and RespondThis nonfiction art
Everything you need for a picture book study on The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry! There are many ways to use these resources. Copy as an entire packet, or copy pages individually! Perfect for a small book club or the whole class! Inside you will find:About the Author Research ActivityStory Summa
The Great Kapok Tree Rainforest Unit and Resources. Rainforest activities go with the book The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry. Digital and print versions for remote teaching and hybrid learning. Includes: features of the rainforest, useful websites, art projects, vocabulary, main idea and summariz
Everything But The Books provides you with just that for all of ELA - you'll get the standards-aligned integrated lesson plans, activities, checklists, rubrics, additional readings, outlines, response to literature prompts, opinion prompts, and text-based opinion writing prompts; and all you need to
This study includes literacy activities related to The Great Kapok Tree by Lynn Cherry. The activities focus on ELA Common Core Standards. This book study includes the following activities: 1. Story anchor charts 2. “Dialogue Dudes” animal finger puppets 3. “Quote me on that!” character dialogue f
2nd - 3rd
This is a comprehensive lesson plan to teach interdependence among organisms in the rainforest. It utilizes Lynne Cherry's picture book The Great Kapok Tree as a read aloud, and includes all materials for the lesson and assessments. There is a writing and reading component built-in, and the entire
The Great Kapok Tree is a common core fiction and non-fiction unit. It contains literature circle forms and directions and fiction Close Read tasks to go along with the book by Lynne Cherry. It also contains an original non-fiction passage with non-fiction Close Reading activities. There are also
Read Alouds are a great way to promote literacy and the love of reading in your classroom. This text is an excellent book to use as a read aloud, and this unit package is JAM PACKED with lessons, reproducibles and centres that you can use with this book! Read alouds are an essential way for you to M
The Great Kapok Tree is a perfect read aloud for discussing cause and effect, discussing author's purpose and making evaluations and judgements. Your learners will get lots of experience with using their critical thinking skills with the prompts and discussions in this lesson plan. This file conta
Students learn vocabulary, sequence events, organize facts, write persuasive pieces, and complete a mini research project in this unit. Learn about the rainforest and endangered species, too! Great for Earth Day. The Great Kapok Tree, by Lynn Cherry, is a beautiful story about life in the rainforest

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