This set includes vocabulary worksheets for Sid Fleishman's By the Great Horn Spoon. The book is divided into four sections - chapters 1-3, 4-8, 9-13, and 14-18. Vocabulary activities include finding definitions, parts of speech. antonyms,
With this graphic organizer, students will keep track of multiple problems that the main character(s) face. They will identify the major problem and solution of the story and make connections between the problem with characters, setting, and theme.
Students work with a partner to explore the customary units of length - inches, feet, yards, and miles. First, they will match objects in the classroom with the appropriate units. Next, they will use a ruler to measure specific areas of the
This vocabulary worksheet goes with Island of Blue Dolphins chapters 4 - 6. Students will write context sentences and find antonyms. They will use the context of the sentence to choose the correct vocabulary word.
As students read they use the author's words to visualize or form a picture in their mind. With this graphic organizer, they will keep track of different passages from the text that they are reading. They will write down specific quotes and the
This worksheet provides practice with identifying points of view. Students will identify whether a specific paragraph is told from 1st person, 2nd person, 3rd person limited, 3rd person objective, or 3rd person omniscient.
These vocabulary activities relate to chapters 7-9 in Island of the Blue Dolphins. Students will use a dictionary to match words to their definitions, find synonyms and antonyms, and write a short paragraph from Karana's point of view using their
This is a set of vocabulary worksheets for Jeanne DuPrau's City of Ember. Vocabulary activities include finding definitions, parts of speech, antonyms, synonyms, and writing context sentences. There are vocabulary worksheets for chapters 1-6,
Students work independently and then in small groups to find the average number of letters in their first names and their birth dates. This worksheet is meant to be used after the students learn the two steps for finding averages.
Students will create a wanted poster for Cut-Eye Higgins or a road agent read about in By the Great Horn Spoon. Included is a worksheet to lay out a rough draft of the poster and a page for the final draft.