Here’s a Walk Two Moons activity and project that will have your students engaged as they reflect on the novel! It’s a Doodle and Do resource that combines 12 creative task cards with a doodle poster for the book!
This end-of-the-book Doodle and Do resource is designed for students to complete after reading the novel Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech. It combines 12 fun task cards with 2 pages of doodle notes. The task cards require students to write, chat, swap, and draw in response to questions about the book. Then, students add their responses to fun doodle notes for the novel. The doodle notes glue together to create a fun image of a bulletin board. The bulletin board is filled with postcards, pictures, and collected items that relate to the novel.
This resource will have your students evaluating the text, connecting to the novel, summarizing critical elements in the book, and working creatively and collaboratively every step of the way!
About the task cards:
There are four different types of task cards in this resource (12 cards in all). The task cards are super unique because they encourage students to respond and react to the text in really creative ways.
The creative task cards are not only fun, they also require students to truly reflect on the novel in meaningful ways!
About the doodle notes:
Just the format of Doodle Notes makes learning instantly more engaging! This resource includes 2 pages of Doodle Notes. The notes are filled with shapes and doodle sketches where students will add their responses to the task card questions. Students will write in doodle shapes, add discussion highlights in thought bubbles, and doodle in images related to the text. The doodle notes are designed to be glued together. They form a creative image of a bulletin board. The end result is a set of Doodle Notes that are not only fun to look at, but filled with students’ understandings of the book!
How to use this resource:
The coolest part about this resource is that it’s super versatile. There are many ways to incorporate the task cards and Doodle Notes into your classroom…
WHOLE CLASS: Just copy a single set of the task cards and have students work as class to respond to each task card on their Doodle Notes one task card at a time.
SMALL GROUPS: Divide students into small groups and let them work together to progress through each of the task cards while they complete their Doodle Notes.
LEARNING STATIONS: Set up learning stations for each type of task card. Then, have students rotate around the classroom as they fulfill the tasks at each station.
Included in this Doodle and Do resource:
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