Free Orisha Map Project!
Students are asked to recreate the Orisha Map and explain their creation as a fun way to analyze Children of Blood and Bone as an allegory for African American history.
This Free Orisha Map activity is a fun, free novel project or activity for high school or middle school students reading Children of Blood and Bone.
Pair with my: Children of Blood and Bone Reading Activities
Pair with my Children of Blood and Bone NO PREP Novel Unit (675 Pages)
Children of Blood and Bone is the #1 New York Times Bestselling Novel for Young Adult Fiction and one book every high school student should read! This is the best contemporary novel for teenagers and best novel study for high school students! Don't wait! Engage your high school students (Grade 8 - 12) in this young adult novel study!
It is general enough to be used at ANY point in reading Tomi Adeyemi's bestselling novel, Children of Blood and Bone (f#1 in Legacy of Orisha Trilogy), and can simply be printed off for an in-class novel activity or independent novel project.
THIS PRODUCT IS NOT AFFILIATED CHILDREN OF BLOOD AND BONE, TOMI ADEYEMI OR THE LEGACY OF ORISHA SERIES; IT IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.
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