This Literature Connections unit on Peter Brown's The Wild Robot will help children engage with the novel and connect with Roz and the animals on the island. Using an interdisciplinary approach, students will explore cross-curricular connections as they dive into the book.
This unit is designed to be student led. The lesson plans and directions are written directly to the student, making this a great unit for summer reading, homeschooling, or enrichment. The unit can also be led by a teacher in a classroom setting without any adaptations.
Included in this Literature Unit on The Wild Robot:
☆Lesson Plans for The Wild Robot by Peter Brown
☆Thought Provoking Reading Response Questions
☆Information About the Genre(s)
☆Lesson on Narrator Styles
☆Literary Conflict Activity
☆Cross-Curricular "Extension Cord" Activities
☆Hands-on Science projects
☆Optional STEM activities
☆Writing Activities, Graphic Organizers, and Rubrics
Peter Brown created a character who can't feel emotions, yet children will find themselves forming deep connections with Roz. Students will look at how prejudice impacts the main character, and how the robot and animals of the island adapt to survive.