Charlotte's Web: Interactive Layered Flip Book and Craftivity
American Literature- written by, E.B. White
The target audience for Charlotte's Web are young children to lower middle school students who are in grades 3 to 5.
There are two versions. I recommend the original. You can also find a drama/play format. Your students will enjoy watching the film, starring Dakota Fanning, as Fern.
Each “flap” is 1 inch and is ready for you to easily line up by using the directions on how to assemble the organizer. Includes:
★Getting to know the characters (with answer key)
★Chapter questions (with answer key)
★Themes (with answer key)
Appropriate for several grades, due to the appeal, range of vocabulary, and versions available. Flip book can be modified by guided practice, abbreviated assignment, read aloud, pair work, and mini lessons.
Directions are clear and explicit.
*Here are more student centered resources for grades 4-12 here on TPT! Your students will love finding reading success with these upper elementary, middle school, and high school English Language arts novel flip books*
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