Are you looking for easy to use, meaningful activities to use with If You Ever Want to Bring a Circus to the Library, DON'T! by Elise Parsley? This unit is meant to make learning fun and engaging for students without adding extra work for teachers!
Inside You Will Find:
-Activating Background Knowledge
-Comprehension Questions and Answer Key
-Generating and Answering Questions
-Character Response to Problems
-Character Point of View
-Using the Illustrations
-Sequence of Events Foldable
-Story Order Cut and Paste
-Central Message and Key Details
-Cause and Effect Cut and Paste
-Story Summary Graphic Organizer
-Story Summer Cut and Paste
-Story Map Graphic Organizer
-Story Map Foldable
-Vocabulary Definition List
-Vocabulary Graphic Organizer
-Vocabulary Match-Up Center
-The Circus: Sensory Details
-Story Response: Making Connections
-Write About Your Favorite Book
-Design a Poster for the Library
-Center: Compound Match-Up
-Write and Illustrate: What Else Should Not be at the Library?
-Center: Parts of Speech
-Build a Sentence with Parts of Speech Cards
-16 Story Discussion Cards
-2 Write About the Picture Activities
-Word Search and Answer Key
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