About This Book
The Chickens Build a Wall
Author: Dumont, Jean-Francois
Publisher: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers
Pub Year: 2013
When a friendly hedgehog visits the farm, the chickens build an enormous wall to keep out "prickly invaders."
Kirkus Reviews (03/01/13)
School Library Journal (06/01/13)
Publishers Weekly 2013 -starred review
Honors and Awards
USBBY Award 2013
Notable Books for a Global Society-2014
There 25 activities in this product. These activities include:
Comprehension question with answer key (13)
Who Said It? Identify character and why he/she said something.
Partial answer key
Cause and effect-with answer key
Alphabet search-through book
Summarizing-with answer key
Arrange six sentences in order-with answer key
Scrambled sentences with answer key and worksheet
Story map with answer key
Beginning, Middle, and End with answer key
Cloze activity with answer key
Using illustrations for understanding
Three most important events
Determining theme with partial answer key
Editing sentences with answer key
Word scramble with answer key
Missing consonants with answer key
Missing vowels with answer key
Word shapes with answer key
Matching word parts with answer key
Decoding words with answer key
Missing letters with answer key
ABC order for book words with answer key
Looking at the title pages with answer key
These activities can be used for individual, small group,
or whole class. Small groups could be working on different activities
at the same time. The book can be read aloud and selected
activities done in class. They could be useful laminated
and in a literacy center. Depending on grade level, they could
be used for remediation or enrichment.
The book should inspire discussion on this important and relevant issue.
This produce will ensure that your students uncover the strong yet subtle power of the compelling and quality picture book.
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