Aunt Chip & the Great Triple Dam Affair Book Companion Activities Google Slides
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Aunt Chip and The Great Triple Dam Affair by Patricia Polacco would be an awesome book to read with your students to show the importance of the written word and reading in a fun and quirky way.
Our resource features plenty of activities to use to thoroughly teach this most loved book. So much stuff for your students to do, write, and create. Easily use these resources to carry the lesson through 2 weeks of learning.
This resource is geared towards upper elementary and middle school students. The lowest grade this should be used with is 4th grade and the highest grade should be 7th grade.
Our activities, writing assignments, vocabulary cards, and graphic organizers are wonderful to use with older students. If you have ever wanted to read and teach picture books with older students, this is definitely your resource.
To read further about our love for this book and using picture books with upper elementary and middle school students, please visit our blog.
Picture Books in Middle School Part 2.
If you would like to grab a sample, please click our PREVIEW for a FREE ACTIVITY from this resource, Create-A-Story.
Each PDF activity contains a Google Slide link on the first page to copy and assign to your students. After you make your copy, you can then assign the activity to your students through Google Classroom. The only PDFs that does not have a Google Slide link are the Answer PDFs, the coloring sheets, bookmarks, and the bulletin board with bulletin board border to display your students’ work.
Please note, that our activities include ANSWER KEYS. We have thoroughly answered each question for you.
Vocabulary Graphic Organizers
Similes and Metaphors
Create-A-Story with Graphic Organizers
Favorite Book Poster
Character Analysis (Aunt Chip and Eli) with Graphic Organizers
Types of Conflict Definitions and Graphic Organizer
Coloring Sheets and Bookmarks (SEL while meditating on the story)
Bulletin Board Decorations with Bulletin Board Border to show students’ work.
All resources are for personal and classroom use. No commercial use is allowed.
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