In this resource you will find:
* a 19 page clinician-written interactive informational text about the Arctic Tundra and the Alaskan Eskimos who lived there,
* shared reading lesson plans for 5 days for each of the 3 sections of the book, Julie of the Wolves,
* summaries of each section, modifications of each section, and basic story element information for each section,
* templates and symbols for vocabulary;
story summary, element and grammar activities;
book report activities;
and a story die for practicing telling the elements of the story,
There are multiple levels of complexity for the sequencing and story element activities. Choose the one best suited for your student(s).
Some are created for making an interactive notebook or interactive pages, in addition to the traditional single cut and paste activities.
* a generic reading communication board,
* working with words/phonological awareness activities,
* a craftivity - making a mitten from an animal skin, like Julie does in the book. This is a good fine motor activity.
I do many adaptations for elementary level books, like
I also have Greek Myths: King Midas
which is typically a 6th grade story.