If you are reading The Diary of Anne Frank (the play version in most textbooks) here are all of the characters' names along with a picture of what they look like. I laminate the pictures (or put them in those plastic protector sheets) and pass them
I usually use this children's book as a read aloud at the beginning of my persuasive writing unit that I do with my middle schoolers. After reading the book to students, I let them choose one of these 3 mini-projects to evaluate the effectiveness of
Students create a brochure/article about a topic of their choice. In it, they must include certain text features. Be sure to check out my free model of what the project should look like (Nonfiction Text Features Project Model). I usually print this
This packet of poems asks students to identify different literary devices in each poem. For example, questions after reading include "What is the tone?" "Where do you see alliteration in the poem" "Which verse has simile?"