A Piglet Named Mercy Differentiated Book Study Activities

A Piglet Named Mercy Differentiated Book Study Activities
A Piglet Named Mercy Differentiated Book Study Activities
A Piglet Named Mercy Differentiated Book Study Activities
A Piglet Named Mercy Differentiated Book Study Activities
A Piglet Named Mercy Differentiated Book Study Activities
A Piglet Named Mercy Differentiated Book Study Activities
A Piglet Named Mercy Differentiated Book Study Activities
A Piglet Named Mercy Differentiated Book Study Activities
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Looking for a no-prep Book Study to delve deeper into A Piglet Named Mercy by Kate DiCamillo?

This resource has 40 engaging standards-aligned activities/printables designed to do just that!

A Piglet Named Mercy is a prequel to the best-selling chapter book series, Mercy Watson. It tells the story of how little Mercy came to be a part of the Watson family. It's a super cute story!

Many of the printables are differentiated by product, allowing you to address differing ability levels in your classroom. Since the printables cover a range of modalities, you could also differentiate by student interest (showing understanding through drawing, words, etc.).

IN THIS BOOK STUDY, YOU WILL FIND:

→ A Common-Core Alignment page

→ Suggestions for how to use this resource

A Piglet Named Mercy Book Study Activities Cover Page

→ 40 differentiated activities/printables related to A Piglet Named Mercy

READING SKILLS/STRATEGIES ADDRESSED IN THIS RESOURCE:

→ Before-Reading Observations

→ Before-Reading Knowledge

→ What’s the Genre? (2 versions for differentiation)

→ Story Elements (2)

→ Summary (2)

→ Character Traits: Mercy (2)

→ Character Traits: Mrs. Watson (2)

→ Character Traits: Mr. Watson (2)

→ Framing My Thoughts

→ 3-2-1

→ Let’s Look at the Illustrations

→ Ask the Author

→ Author’s Purpose

→ Here’s Why! (Inferencing)

→ Point-of-View

→ The Perfect Pet

→ Cover Up

→ Theme: Love

→ Theme: Acceptance

→ Reading Reflection (2)

→ Instagram

→ A New Adventure Comic Strip Creation

→ Text-to-Text Connections

→ Text-to-World Connections

→ Acrostic Poem

→ Picture This! (Vocabulary)

→ Verb Hunt

→ Noun Hunt

→ My After-Reading Predictions (2)

→ My Rating

→ Maze Time! (includes answer key)

→ Word Search (includes answer key)

Click here for more BOOK STUDIES.

Rating after downloading is greatly appreciated.

Yours in Literacy,

Sheila ☺

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By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories and poetry, in the grades 2–3 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
Use information gained from the illustrations and words in a print or digital text to demonstrate understanding of its characters, setting, or plot.
Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral.
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