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These fun reading comprehension printable or digital worksheets will add smiles and relevance to the study of ANY book. Carry the Harry Potter magic over into any novel, short story or play your students are reading as they sort four characters, putting one into each of the four Hogwarts houses. These worksheets demand that students show knowledge of their book and some analysis skills because they have to write short justifications of their choices. This activity is not just fun; it demands a lot of thought. As JK Rowling revealed on her Pottermore website, it took the Sorting Hat four minutes to decide whether to put Hermione in Ravenclaw or Gryffindor. Students also have to display imagination when they invent their OWN school house, and creativity when they finish off a couple of drawings.
Here's what you get.
Pages 1-2: the personality qualities of members of each house are outlined, including 4 verses of the Sorting Song. One of these pages is included in the preview.
Pages 3-6: students fill in their character choices for each house, giving proof from their book to justify their decisions. One page is in the preview.
Pages 7-10: students invent a new Hogwarts House, complete with shield, and place one of their book's characters into this new house. They also complete two drawings, including sketching their character into a Potter wizard outline.
Page 11: think outside the book! Students place a friend or family member into a Hogwarts house, or into their invented Hogwarts house, explaining reasons for their choice. See preview.
Page 12: a sample answer key for a character from Bridge to Terabithia. See preview.
Page 13: a sample answer key for a character from The Outsiders. See preview.
*The tasks are so clearly explained to the students that most will not need to see a sample.*
You can use the TpT Digital Activities layer to make this resource a digital, interactive resource. After purchase, you go to the product page and click the red button labeled Use as a Buyer. This allows you to edit parts of the resource to suit your needs; for example, you can remove the sample answer page and the cover, and add answer boxes. It allows your students to write or type answers in the answer boxes, and to annotate and highlight. The tool can only be used with Google Classroom. Once a student has submitted the assignment on a device, you can review the work and share feedback with the student through the TpT Digital Activity layer.
If your students enjoy this activity, a lot more fun awaits in my resource of 80 games, including literary terms bingo for 54 terms, and literary devices Snap!
Try a long mystery with tasks for the students to perform: Brain teaser mystery fun inferential skills practice
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