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With "Fantastic Mr. Fox" lesson plans students can learn about foxes and read some great literature.
Learners research information about Terry Fox on the Internet. They write a personal letter to Terry Fox.
Learners enjoy acting out this famous story. In this Hattie and the Fox lesson plan, students practice how speaking, writing, and using visual can communicate effect an audience in different ways.
Students complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book Stone Fox. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Students complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book Fantastic Mr. Fox. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Students explore reading comprehension by analyzing an animal story in class. For this story structure lesson, students read the book Fox Be Nimble and identify the main fox characters, plot and setting. Students define a list of animal vocabulary terms and answer study questions.
In this comprehension worksheet, students answer a set of 10 multiple choice questions covering chapters 5-7 of Stone Fox. An answer key is included.
In this comprehension worksheet, students answer a set of 7 multiple choice questions covering chapter 7 of Stone Fox. An answer key is included.
Kindergarteners listen to the Dr. Seuss and create their own rhymes. They read the story Fox In Sox by Dr. Seuss and discuss the author's work and his impact on children's literature. They will also create their own rhymes similar to the rhymes used by Seuss.
Middle schoolers work with themes in this lesson, which is based on Fox by Margaret Wild. Because the book has multiple themes, it is a great way to transition into exploring literary analysis and writing stories. A Six Trait writing activity takes them through the writing process, and an attached link allows them to post their work online (if desired).
Third graders discuss purposes for reading historical fiction. In this Stone Fox lesson, 3rd graders read the story and research a designated topic related to the book. Students also view film and use a Venn Diagram to offer text/film comparisons.
In this script activity, students read the script The Fox and the Stork, fill in the blanks with vocabulary words from it, and improve it with phrases given to them. Students complete 2 activities.
In this comprehension learning exercise, learners answer a set of 16 multiple choice questions covering chapters 1-4 of Fantastic Mr. Fox. An answer key is included.
Third graders participate in various literacy activities based on the text, "Stone Fox". For this literature lesson, 3rd graders discuss the text and explore the character, vocabulary, and text to self connections.
In this fable activity, students choose the correct words to complete the fable and find synonyms for phrases in The Cat and The Fox. Students complete 2 activities.
In this comprehension worksheet, students answer a set of 18 multiple choice questions covering chapters 15-18 of Fantastic Mr. Fox. An answer key is included.
Pupils use the internet to listen to an audio recording of Mem Fox reading one of her books. They create theri own depictions of animals form their home as a continuation of her story, " The Magic Hat." A connection is made with Australia to grab the learner's attention and get them focused in.
In this fox hunting worksheet, students view 5 pictures, read a 1 page article on fox hunting in Britain, complete 10 sentences with the words in bold from the text, answer 6 short answer questions and find additional words that collocate with 8 other words.
Who is Hattie? Youngsters explore animal characteristics by reading poems and stories in class. They read the book Hattie and the Fox about a fictitious fox and his drama with the other farm animals. Then they reread the story over several days and practice spelling vocabulary words from the book and answer study questions.
Students read and complete a variety of cross-curricular activities surrounding the novel, Stone Fox by John Reynolds Gardiner. Included are reading, math, science, writing, social studies, and library connections. A vocabulary/spelling list is also included.