This resource includes THREE handouts. Each handout is for a particular section of the book (page numbers included, they may be off if you are using a different version though). Given 6 quotes, students will need to determine what the quote means,
This number set includes numbers 1-120. The numbers are hot pink in a Candyland-like font. This also includes two additional sets for skip counting by 5's (which are colored blue instead of pink like the rest) and skip counting by 10's (which are
This is a great extension activity while reading The Diary of Anne Frank. It explores interviews with Miep Gies as well as Otto Frank. It also delves into themes in the novel. My students LOVED this. I used it as an independent activity where they
This can be used with ANY novel! The project is broken up into four days of work.
Day One: Students will determine a theme, explain it, find examples and quotes that relate to their theme.
Day Two: Students will explain how their theme effects the
Student packet to prepare for a Fish Bowl Discussion. Students will find quotes to support their answers to questions, create their own questions, summarize the text, and find quotes they think are interesting.
These stations are a great addition to any North America Unit! The students will walk around the room answering questions based on information the map provides. They will also have to make inferences based on the information provided. Great way to
This handout can be used as a warm up activity. Students were asked to vote for their favorite color of the three, then we created a graph. It can also be used with M&M's for a more fun and delicious activity!