Hey, Little Ant by Phillip and Hannah Hoose is a great picture book to use when teaching point of view or opinion writing. This book companion contains comprehension questions, graphic organizers, a kid writing craft, and more! These activities can help guide your students through the book.
When you download this .zip file, you will find three resources:
- Original File - this is a printable packet for students with teacher answer keys
- Google Slides Link - copy and assign the student pages in Google Classroom
- Student PDF - this is a fillable PDF that students can type directly onto
Pg. 1 Cover
Pg. 2 Table of Contents
Pg. 3 Reading Response Journal Cover
Pg. 4 Point of View
Pg. 5 Character Comparison
Pg. 6-7 Who Said That?
Pg. 8-11 Comprehension Question Cards (color, B/W)
Pg. 12-14 Comprehension Questions (written response)
Pg. 15-17 Retell and Summary Graphic Organizers
Pg. 18 Making Connections
Pg. 19 Book Review
Pg. 20 Squish or Save? Tally Chart
Pg. 21-25 Kid Craft Directions, Templates, and Examples
Pg. 26-28 Opinion Writing Organizer and Sentence Starters
Pg. 29-36 Writing Templates
Pg. 37-41 Book Extension Pages (for more ant research on your own)
Pg. 42-48 Answer Keys
Pg. 49 Credits
Click on the preview to learn more about this pack or you can read more about this book companion here.
Please Note: You will need access to the book, Hey, Little Ant by Phillip and Hannah Hoose to use this resource. This book is not included with this download. I suggest you see if this book is available to check out in your school or public library.
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