This 50-page, ELA packet is aligned with common core reading standards and includes the following for the short story “Hercules and the Wagoner”:
”Hercules and the Wagoner” Curriculum
Standardized test practice
Mini-game (projected on the front board and used by a class or used by individual students on a computer or iPad)
BONUS! Customized Graphic Organizers
Explore the Plot
Compare Characters! Worksheet
Be a Detective Report
Word & Parts of Speech Scavenger Hunts
Learning Cube - Reading Achievement and Storytelling
Sequencing Practice - Make a Book
This fable is included with this curriculum.
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