This fun, interactive flippable is a great tool to study literature. Students will love learning literary elements like setting, plot, characterization, conflict, resolution and theme in this non-threatening format. It makes a great variation from the traditional book report.
Each flip-book is ready to go and easy to assemble. Available in color or black and white, students love to put these projects together and prepare them.
Flip Book Includes:
*Literary Elements--setting, characters, plot
*Key Vocabulary Terms--define commonly used words in the story and label parts of speech
*Vocabulary in Context Activity
*About the Author
*"The Name Game" Activity, text-to-self connection
In addition to the flip-book:
*Various Writing prompts or Group Discussion starters, essay templates
*Positive and Negative Character Traits Vocabulary List
*"My Recipe" Activity, Researching Peaches and Onion Recipes
*"The Onion Challenge" Interactive Game
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This resource is also available in a bundle of 8 novel study flippables! Buy all 8 for only $8.75 (a savings of over $15!)
Bundle Set Includes:
Call of the Wild (Great Illustrated Classics)
Sign of the Beaver
The Cricket in Times Square
My Side of the Mountain
All material in this resource is for one classroom teacher. No individual pages can be copied or distributed to another classroom, or used in the creation of other resources. Additional licenses can be purchased for 50% off the original price by going to your purchases and selecting 'Purchase Additional License". If you are less than 100% satisfied with your purchase, please leave me a message through the “Ask a Question” tab in my store.
tags: novel study / literacy / 4th grade reading / theme / literary elements / Andrew Clements / Frindle / Interactive notebook / figurative language / Hatchet / Sign of the Beaver / Call of the Wild / Great Illustrated Classics / vocabulary / text to self / leadership qualities / true leadership / letter to a teacher / dictionary / Holes /