We found 52 reviewed resources for persuasive childrens books
Do You Prefer Your Children's Book Characters Obedient or Contrary? Opinion WritingLesson Planet
9th - 12th
With this New York Times "Learning Network" exercise, high schoolers read an article about the death of Maurice Sendak, author of Where the Wild Things Are and then respond to several prompts that require them to shape their own opinions...
Dear Librarian: Writing a Persuasive LetterLesson Planet
3rd - 5th CCSS: Designed
Everyone deserves to read a great book! Here, pupils write a persuasive letter to the school's librarian detailing their favorite story and why it should be found on the shelves. Class members' persuasive reading passages are shared with...
What Should I Read?: Creating A Book ReviewLesson Planet
4th - 6th
Students write a book review. In this book review lesson, students investigate the elements of composing a book review. Students compare and contrast book reports and book reviews. The class constructs book reviews to share with each other.
Summer Reading ActivitiesLesson Planet
Pre-K - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
Provide parents with the tools they need to bridge the summer learning gap with this collection of fun activities. Whether it's creating an alphabet poster with illustrations for each letter, playing a game of sight word concentration,...
Identifying an Author’s Purpose - Part 2Lesson Planet
2nd - 4th CCSS: Designed
The ability of young readers to cite textual evidence when discussing a piece of writing is essential to the development of their reading comprehension skills. The second lesson in this series allows learners to practice this technique...
The Joy Luck Club: Anticipation GuideLesson Planet
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
How highly does your class value family? What about familial advice, individual rights, and cultural identity? Examine the literary themes in Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club before opening the book with an anticipation guide. Class...
Small Moments in the History of the World Trade CenterLesson Planet
K - 2nd CCSS: Designed
"How could we have good memories of something sad?" As part of their study of the events of 9/11, class members listen to a reading of the children's picture book, The Man Who Walked Between the Towers, and then create an "I lost . ....