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Book activities for "No Monkeys, No Chocolate"

Book activities for "No Monkeys, No Chocolate"
Book activities for "No Monkeys, No Chocolate"
Book activities for "No Monkeys, No Chocolate"
Book activities for "No Monkeys, No Chocolate"
Book activities for "No Monkeys, No Chocolate"
Book activities for "No Monkeys, No Chocolate"
Book activities for "No Monkeys, No Chocolate"
Book activities for "No Monkeys, No Chocolate"
Product Description
About This Book

This is a trifecta begging for at least three readings. The basic story-like text is the first layer. One more reading will allow the reader to grasp the delicate connections in this balance of settings. And a third reading gives the reader the humorous comments and the interaction between the two bookworms on the pages.

No Monkeys, No Chocolate
by Melissa Stewart (Author), Allen Young (Author), Nicole Wong (Illustrator)


Honors and Awards for this book:
National Science Teachers Association
Author’s for Earth Day’s Eco Book of the Month
Bank Street College Center for Children’s Literature Best Children’s Books of the Year
CBC Best Books of the Year
Cook Prize for Best STEM Picture Book Finalist
Cooperative Children’s Book Center Choices List
Green Earth Book Award, Recommended Book
Junior Library Guild Selection
Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2013
National Science Teachers Association--Children’s Book Council Outstanding Science Trade Book
National Science Teachers Association Recommended Title Nerdy Book Club Book Award Finalist
Reading is Fundamental STEAM Multicultural Collection Starred Review, Library Media Connection
Virginia’s Capitol Choices’ Noteworthy Title for Children and Teens

Age Range: 5 - 8 years
Grade Level: Kindergarten - 3 (Some reviews suggested grades 4-6) Lexile Measure: 740L
Hardcover: 32 pages
Publisher: Charlesbridge (August 1, 2013)
ISBN-10: 1580892876
ISBN-13: 978-1580892872

Ways to Use This Product
These activities can be used for individual, small group, for whole class. They could also be used as homework, with guided groups, or with book groups. 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. It is always a better learning experience if books are discussed in pairs or in groups, in my opinion. Pairs or groups of students can also complete more complex activities. Examining text is perfect for two students to work on at one time making it easier for both. Through the teacher read-aloud and student group work, good books become part of a common classroom culture.

Students can travel around the classroom to 3 or 4 stations answering questions about the book. The questions can be glued to butcher paper. Each station should have enough squares for all of the class to record their answer. The questions or activities can be posted on the paper or on the wall. Students must support their answers with proof from the book.


This product contains the following activities:
● Computer vocabulary practice with Quizlet and a page explaining how to use
● One blank vocabulary map for use with each of the vocabulary words
● Word sorts by number of syllables, parts of speech, alphabetical order,
and number of letters-all with answer keys
● Word scramble with answer key
● Word shapes with answer key
● Missing letters with answer key
● Word Search with answer key
● Spelling test (choose the correct word from four) with answer key
● 7 vocabulary words with answer key
● Cloze exercise with answer key
● Proofreading for capital letters with answer key
● Proofreading for punctuation
Copyright 2015 Patricia Williams
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● Examining text with answer key
● Underline the true sentences with answer key
● Jeopardy style questions with answer key
● Board Game with Game Cards and directions
● Scrambled sentences with answer key and writing sheet
● Write a sentence that tells how each word helps make chocolate with
answer key
● Sequence five events with answer key and writing sheet
● Back matter questions with answer key
● Draw the most important part of the book in the snow globe
● Writing an acrostic poem
● Using the Internet
● Draw a picture of the important parts of the cacao tree
● Please visit the author’s web site for more delightful activities to
accompany this book
http://www.melissa-stewart.com/books/mammals/bk_nomonkeys.html

Keywords:
Cacao, Cacao beans, Cacao--Disease and pests, Cocoa processing, Chocolate, Literacy Centers, Book Unit, Picture Book Unit, Novel Study, Picture Book Studies, Literature Study, Literature Unit and Activities, Reading Circles, Book Activities

Core Curriculum Standards
RI - 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.8, 2.10 RI - 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.8, 3.10
RI - 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.7, 4.10
Total Pages
66 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A
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