Horrible Harry chapter books are enjoyable for primary students. This pack can be used with books from the Horrible Harry series.
Horrible Harry Flip Book
This is a stackable booklet that can be printed and used with students during or after finishing reading a Horrible Harry chapter book. Included are the following pages:
- Make a Connection
- My Favorite Part
- Book Review
Classroom Door Craft & Response Booklet
There are two options for constructing this classroom door craft. The first option has pre-made template pages which are similar to the flip book. The second option is a bit more open-ended with three types of response pages: full illustration, full writing, or a combination of writing and illustration pages. These would be great for student practice with visualization, main idea, summarizing, and more!
The classroom door craft includes templates that you can print onto colored paper so students can design the classroom door their way.
Digital Reading Response Journal
This resource includes a Google Slides link for a digital response journal. After making a copy, you can pick and choose which pages to assign your students in Google Slides. The following pages are included:
- Digital Reading Journal Cover
- Character Chart (Harry, Song Lee, Doug)
- Character Chart (students pick three characters)
- Problem & Solution
- Story Summary
- Story Retell
- Favorite Part
- Book Review
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