Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt is an amazing novel about a middle school girl who feels that she somehow can't fit in.
Her new teacher, Mr. Daniels, finally uncovers the full extent of Ally’s problem.
Students will recap the main setting, main character, plot, themes and complete some vocabulary activities.
Albert Einstein's quote will be analyzed by the students as well.
Students will have the opportunity to redesign the book cover, ask questions about dyslexia and summarize the main character and book using the acrostic templates, "Ally Nickerson" and "Fish in a Tree".
-Character Traits sheet (to assist with acrostics)
-Novel VS Movie templates
Check out Lynda Mullaly Hunt, author of the book. Fish in a Tree-Global Read Aloud
Use these activities as a culminating, assessment tool.