Do you need note-taking materials for your interactive journal?
Do you want to create a simple lapbook for the story “Max’s Words”?
This resource is to be used after reading “Max’s Words” written by Kate Banks. The purpose of this resource is to provide note-taking pages for interactive journals. There are more note-taking pages provided than what I customarily use in my own classroom. This has been done to provide you with options to help you customize this resource to fit the needs of your class.
These note-taking pages fit perfectly into composition and spiral notebooks. If you do not use interactive journals in your classroom, then it is easy to adapt this resource to create a lapbook. For my lapbooks I fold a large piece of construction paper in half.
Skills included in this resource:
- character traits
- character changes
- cause & effect
- point of view
- author’s purpose
- story elements
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