The Hobbit: 6 Creative Activities for Any Unit
In this packet you'll find a variety of engaging activities for any study of Tolkien's The Hobbit.
Discussion Role Cards
Use these cards to liven up a daily discussion of the text.
This handout of differentiated activities makes for a solid day (or two) of in-class work.
This I Believe Statement
This activity asks students to consider what Bilbo might write for the popular NPR radio series “This I Believe.”
In this activity, students consider how their chosen character might interact with the world via Twitter.
For this fun activity, students think of a way to represent some aspect of a character with a tattoo for his arm.
Movie Casting Activity
In this twist on the usual casting assignment, students cast a movie version of the novel using characters from other books.
This packet contains adapted versions of some of my other products. You will find similar material or activity formatting in it if you have already purchased my Discussion Role Cards, Canterbury Tales Race Activities, or Death of a Salesman TicTacToe. The Into the Wild Unit Activities and Harry Potter Unit Activities are also adapted versions of similar activities. I am trying to cater to teachers who would like my more generally formatted products specially tailored to individual novels, but please don't accidentally purchase two of a very similar product. Thanks!
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