This book is a great tool in any elementary classroom. Use these lessons as mini lessons to teach the same concept with a novel, or teach these separately.
Activities included in this packet… 1. Perspective – What did the wolf say vs. What did the pig say 2. Point of View – 1st person vs. 3rd person 3. Using Text Evidence to Support Ideas – Be the wolf’s attorney and prove that he’s not Big and Bad! 4. Comparing and Contrasting story elements – Venn Diagram 5. Similes – create similes for different things in the story 6. Summarizing – Interview the wolf and write a newspaper article 7. Character Analysis – Which fairy tale characters do you want on your jury? 8. Parts of Speech – word sort 9. Comprehension Questions 10.Readers’ Theater – lots of voice!
This activity packet is intended for use in a single classroom. If you would like to share with a colleague, please direct them to my TpT store or purchase additional licenses for them.
Happy Teaching! – Martha
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