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Free up your time with Stuart Little, a 105 page Common-Core aligned novel guide for the novel by E. B. White. Great for centers! This guide has everything that you will need to teach and assess the novel. The calendar guide explains the skills and activities for the day, and the final test is Common Core aligned. Each test question is matched and labeled with the exact common core standard. These questions go BEYOND basic understanding and hit the high rigor teachers are looking for, and other literature guides do not provide. The Table of Contents makes finding information quick and easy. This unit also includes special emphasis and activities on The Elements of a Story. ALL ANSWER KEYS ARE INCLUDED.
Included in this Literature Guide:
How to Use This Novel Guide Directions
Day by Day Four Week Calendar Schedule
Common Core Standards
Stuart Little Vocabulary Word Lists and Links to Online Practice
Stuart Little Vocabulary Crosswords
Answer Keys for Stuart Little Vocabulary Crosswords
Dialogue Reading Activity - All 15 Chapters!
Chapter by Chapter Questions For All 15 Chapters!
Chapter Questions Coordinate with Weekly Assessments
Answer Key for Chapter by Chapter Questions
Stuart Little Quiz Chapters 1 - 5 (multiple choice)
Stuart Little Quiz Chapters 6 - 10 (multiple choice)
Stuart Little Quiz Chapters 11 - 15 (multiple choice)
Setting Activity and Answer Key
Point of View Activity and Answer Key
Conflict Activity and Answer Key
Antagonist and Protagonist Activity and Answer Key
Mood Activity and Answer Key
Theme Activity and Answer Key
Elements of a Story Activity and Answer Key
Open-Ended Response Writing Activity and Rubric
Narrative Writing Project and Rubric
Final Test on Stuart Little
(Common Core Aligned)
Answer Key for Final Test on Stuart Little
(Common Core Standards Listed)
A+ Literature Guides are made by a language arts teacher with 28 years of experience teaching language arts, as well as 12 years of experience writing state and national assessments that align with common core standards.