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Updated 7/20/20:This file includes read to use graphic organizers and writing prompts that are designed to be used with any or all of the Who Would Win? books by Jerry Palotta. The resource includes both printable and digital files. The digital files are made for Google Slides and can then be used
This product is a great companion to the Who Would Win book series (can be used with any of the books). It includes the following graphic organizers:PREDICTIONINTRODUCTIONVOCABULARYTEXT FEATURE HUNTMAIN IDEAKWLCOMPARE/CONTRAST3-2-1FACTSCAUSE/EFFECTEND RESULTThis product also includes a Google Classr
This easy to use graphic organizer was built to accompany the Who Would Win book series. Students read several Who Would Win books to prepare their minds for their own research. Popular topics I prompted my students with were: Dinosaurs, Sea Creatures, Insects, Arctic Mammals, etc.Once a topic is ch
These 15 graphic organizers are copies of the charts in the back of the Who Would Win? books. Each chart also includes columns for students to document facts from the book in order to compare animals. This is an excellent resource for students to use while reading through the series. The followin
I use this anticipation guide as a before and after reading activity when reading Jerry Pallotta's Who Would Win: Lion vs. Tiger book to my students. This book and others in the series are AMAZING for teaching LAFS.3.RI.3.8 and CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.3.8 which includes describing comparisons in a text
Students can use this graphic organizer to write reasons and explanations as to why the animal won the battle.
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Who Would Win? ActivitiesThese activity pages go with any of the Who Would Win books. They are perfect for reading groups, book clubs, and even station activities! Pages included:Vocabulary (word, pic definition)Vocabulary (word, definition, synonym, sentence, picture)KWL Flipbook-AnimalKWL Flipbook
Do you struggle to get your boys interested in reading? They "Who Would Win?" book series by Jerry Pallotta is perfect for them. Students read engaging and informative facts about the two different animals and respond to their reading with this organizer. Students must read the facts and determine w
Comprehension and Citing Evidence Worksheets for 10 books in the Who Would Win Series. Create and differentiate non-fiction book studies for individual students' interests! Check my store for Set 2 of this Who Would Win resource including worksheets for an additional 9 books in the series.This produ
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Third Grade Student’s Animal Research Project ~Note taking and foldable Project.**Can use for E LEARNING with links to create e projects with online research, note taking and project. **Different rubrics for project based learning assessments, speaking assessment for presentation or at home learnin
This packet includes 2 show what you know pages, an assessment with answer key, a venn diagram, 2 pages of identifying text features with answer keys, 2 opinion writing prompts, 2 informational writing prompts, 2 vocabulary worksheets, and 2 "are/can/have" graphic organizers. Please stay tuned for o
Now includes an editable Googles Slides option for students along with a printable option that can be sent to students digitally! Perfect for distance learning!My students LOVE books from Scholastic’s Who Would Win? series and I wanted an extension project that allowed them to research their own ani
This 33-page CCSS Aligned Book Look is a collection of activities that builds comprehension and writing skills through close reading. The activities included are based on the book titled "Who Would Win? Polar Bear vs Grizzly Bear" by Jerry Pallotta. Look at Scholastic Book Club for an excellent eboo
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This activity was created to go along with college basketball’s March Madness brackets, but it can be used any time of the year to get your students engaged with comparing and contrasting animals. This file pairs with ANY of Jerry Palotta’s “Who Would Win?” books and your students will LOVE to engag
Do you struggle to get your boys interested in reading? The "Who Would Win?" book series by Jerry Pallotta is perfect for them. Students read engaging and informative facts about the two different animals and respond to their reading with this organizer. Students must read the facts and determine wh
#Aprilfools #fooldedyou Are your kids just obsessed with Who Will Win? as my kids are?!? If so, this will be perfect for informational writing and research. This is a book/graphic organizer for the students to record their research/findings on two different animals. Then at the end the students w
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The product listed is based off of the "Who Would Win" series by Scholastic books. It has graphic organizers for pre-writing and researching topics about animals and insects. They can be differentiated for students needs. The resource includes final draft templates that students can use to publis
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Use this reading lesson with your whole class or in small reading groups with any of Jerry Pallotta's Who Would Win books. Resource includes:Teacher Notes / Suggestion Lesson PlanList of Who Would Win books by guided reading levelBook preview guideMain Idea worksheet 2 Compare & Contrast graphic
Students will practice writing compare and contrast paragraphs, citing evidence from text sources. This resource uses the Who Would Win? book series, but if you don't have the books, you could use other texts or sources for students to compare and contrast information. They will create a graphic org
As students study the important battles/events during the Civil War. They will identify who won and fill in blanks about the importance of each event. A key is included.
Why Use Picture Books to Teach Extended Response Writing?Preparing students to write extended response essays for state and other required tests can be very challenging. As with any other teaching, it is important for us to give students authentic tasks and materials. Using real literature/texts wi
Comprehension and Citing Evidence Worksheets for 19 different books in the Who Would Win Series. Create and differentiate non-fiction book studies for individual students' interests! This product includes:*Student Book Study Cover Page*Worksheets for any 'Who Would Win' series book by Jerry Pallotta

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