Higher order thinking, reading comprehension activities for "Scaredy Squirrel" by Melanie Watt.
This “Scaredy Squirrel” expanded resource contents:
• Making connections
• Character traits
• 4H reading strategy - posters, bookmarks and questions sort
• de Bono’s thinking hats
• Story Map
• Advantages/disadvantages of avoiding the unknown
• Time sequencing, recording analogue times, sequencing events.
U.S. & Australian spelling included.
Please note that my original resource that includes just the 4H reading strategy for "Scaredy Squirrel" (4H bookmarks, posters and question sort) is included in this expanded version that includes other higher order reading comprehension activities based on the book.
You may be interested in my squirrels bundle for 3 picture books that feature squirrels as the main character:
You can download a freebie and read more at my blog post here:
You can read more about the 4H reading strategy here:
You can find out about another story about squirrels which is just great and taps into the themes of stuttering (disability) and bullying here: http://ripperresources.blogspot.com.au/2014/12/an-interview-with-childrens-author.html
Thank you :)
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