St. Patrick's Day FIONA'S LUCK Book Activities DIGITAL and PRINT

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  1. Get a month's worth of engaging activities for 4 amazing spring and St. Patrick's Day picture books! These book companions are in PRINTABLE and DIGITAL formats. These activities are such a fun way to review and practice several ELA and reading skills at once.Think of these activities as book compani
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What kind of music does a leprechaun like? Your students will discover the answer to this joke when they complete all the activities in this fun St. Patrick's Day book companion for Fiona's Luck, by Teresa Bateman.

This set includes everything you need for a complete book study. The SIX activities are available in printable and digital formats. The digital format is ready to assign in Google and Seesaw.

Your students will be completely engaged as they build vocabulary and comprehension skills while working through this picture book challenge.

Click VIEW PREVIEW to see all the challenges.

The 6 standards-base activities in this resource are:

❤️ Cause Effect

❤️ Nonfiction Passage & Questions

❤️ Vocabulary Puzzle

❤️ Reflexive Pronouns

❤️ Character Traits and Feelings

❤️ Story Questions

You'll love the vocabulary cards and the vocabulary video! The 8 vocabulary cards are ready to print and teach.

This resource includes:

✅ 8 Printable Vocabulary Cards

✅ Narrated Vocabulary Video

✅ A Safe Link to the Story Video (no ads)

✅ Six Activities (digital & printable)

✅ Answer Key

✅ Audio on Each Slide

✅ Audio Files (Some districts block the audio, but you can use these files to insert your own)

✅ Directions for Assigning

✅ Google Link

✅ Seesaw Link

⚞Save money when you purchase the MARCH bundle that includes this resource.⚟


Teachers like you said:


Your digital book challenges have quickly become a favorite for both me and my students. They are just challenging enough for my 3rd graders to work independently, but not fly through quickly. These are the perfect addition to my reader's workshop. Thank you!


This resource was very well thought out and put together! It had lots of engaging activities for my students and they enjoyed completing each part!! I will definitely be purchasing more of these activities in the future!

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events.
Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
Use reflexive pronouns (e.g., myself, ourselves).


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