Frindle, by Andrew Clements, is a favorite of mine to teach. This story is one that many kids can relate to. I just love the personalities of the main characters, their desire to control, and the chain reaction of events throughout this tale.
This comprehensive Frindle novel study includes reading responses, chapter by chapter discussion group questions, a vocabulary word wall, a character wall, lots of writing activities, an end of the book assessment, plus SO much more!
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•Reading Response Cover page- to create student booklets
•Character Analysis - 2 (Nick and Mrs. Granger)
•Compare/Contrast Characters - (Nick & Mrs. Granger)
•Visualizing using sensory imagery
•Cause and Effect
-Student Activity Log and Self-Assessment Rubric
-Reader's Response Rubric
•Word Wall Header
•Word Wall- vocabulary words by chapter
•Vocabulary graphic organizer
•Journal writing- a great way for students to show what they are
thinking while they're reading
•Extra! Extra! Read All About It!
•Frindle Acrostic Poem
•What Happens Next? Students write Chapter 16
•Design a Book Jacket for Frindle
-Discussion Group Questions: chapter by chapter
-Cast of Characters- character's names and who they are
-Reading Comprehension Assessment- end of the book assessment
-Extension Activities: Context Clues, ABC Order, Parts of Speech, Synonyms & Antonyms (answer keys included)
Frindle is always a student favorite, and everything you’ll need to teach this fun novel is all right here, and then some!
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Because of Winn-Dixie
The Tiger Rising
Dear Mr. Henshaw
Number the Stars
The Magic Finger
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
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