This quirky poem by Lewis Carroll is sure to bring a smile to your students. I have included everything you need to teach this classic poem. I have created questions that cover setting, plot and figurative language. They are straight forward, but also thought provoking and will work for varying levels of ability. I have also created a coloring sheet for a fun activity that includes elements of the poem that students can identify and discuss. A key is included along with common core standards for literacy. This is an abridged version of the poem. Click on the Preview to see a copy of the poem to make sure it meets your needs.
I have also included a link to the Google version of the reading questions for those who like going paperless. I have included a Getting Started with Google Apps/Google Classroom guide for those wanting to try it, but still have the print version to fall back on. This is a great way to show use of technology in your classroom. If you aren't interested in using Google, no worries, everything is printable!
In this pack:
Copy of the Poem
Reading Questions with Key
Google Link for Google Slides and/or Google Classroom
Quick Reference Guide for Getting Started with Google Apps
Common Core Literacy Standards
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