In A Loud Winter's Nap by Katy Hudson Tortoise learns that trying new things isn't always a bad thing. Encourage your students to develop a growth mindset as they take risks and try new things, just like Tortoise.
Tortoise just wants to find a quiet, cozy place to hibernate for the winter, but the other animals keep waking him up! He is grumpy and disgruntled. Through a surprising twist he soon finds that maybe winter isn't so bad after all.
This print-and-go resource includes 20 graphic organizers that can be completed after you read the book. These pages can be done in any order and are open-ended enough to be differentiated for different age and/or ability levels. With so many options, you can choose which activities will best fit the needs of your class.
*Note: I am not the author of this book nor am I associated in any way. I just love the story and wanted to create some resources to supplement your reading of the book. You can find this book on Amazon, at a book store, or your local library.
Resource created by: Jessica Lawler
Joy in the Journey