Novel Study Reading Literature Guide for Tuck Everlasting- This Tuck Everlasting interactive novel study helps you bring enthusiasm to your common core literacy lessons. Your lessons will thrive with the interactive notebook style of the flip book. Great alternative to the run-of-the-mill reading comprehension study guide. Students will practice reading / summarization skills, recalling details, story map, vocabulary, writing and inference skills...and everything will be in this one pack! Great for Center Task / Differentiation -Class Discussion -Fast Finishers and Review.
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♥ Amazing! Organized well, easy for students to understand, loved how it turned out!
♥ This is the second layered flipbook I have used from your store! I have loved them both and so have my students! We use them in addition to my read-alouds. They hold the kiddos accountable for paying attention but are "fun" enough that they don't view them as hard work! Thank you!
♥ This is a great way for my students to keep everything on the novel organized in the reading journals. Thank you for your hard work!
Each “flap” is ¾ inch and is ready for you to easily line up by using the directions on how to assemble the organizer. Includes:
★ Plot Diagram - Story Map - Plot Pyramid - Plot Chart (with answer key)
★ Vocabulary by chapter (with answer key)
★ Guided Reading Questions (with answer key)
★ Character Chart fill in (with answer key)
★ Ferris Wheel Graphic, fill in, coloring activity, and questions (with answer key)
★ Background on author, Natalie Babbitt
Aligned and Outlined English language arts Common Core State Standards, Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening
Print in color or grayscale. White paper or color paper.
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