Your students can complete this fun lapbook as they read about Peter Pan, Captain Hook, and the rest of the gang! This lapbook focuses on describing character traits, identifying character motivations, and understanding how character’s actions affect what happens later in the plot.
This packet is a set of brief teaching notes and foldable pieces to make a lapbook while reading the Classic Starts version of Peter Pan, retold from the original J. M. Barrie novel by Tania Zamorsky. You can, however, use another version of the Peter Pan story to complete the lapbook, although the page numbers referred to in the outline will probably be different.
This lapbook pairs perfectly with the third grade EngageNY ELA Module 3A, or you can use it along with a class read aloud or small group literature circle novel study of the book Peter Pan.
This lapbook parallels much of the lessons taught in EngageNY Module 3A, which you can find online. Brief teaching notes are included for some of the pieces as needed to show you what your students need to know before completing the lapbook pieces, but these are NOT complete lesson plans.
The lapbook is adaptable to many versions of the story. Although the lapbook complements the EngageNY lessons, you can use the lapbook with your own novel study of Peter Pan, without using the EngageNY lessons. You can have your students read the Classic Starts version on their own, or use the story as a whole-class read aloud.
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