Bad Wolf/Good Wolf
Fourth graders investigate how stories have a narrator. They discover how the storyteller's point of view affects the reading and writing of a fairy tale. They write a fractured fairy tale.
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Structured Writing using Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver
Introduce structured writing that implements supportive details to explain whether Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver is a good example of realistic fiction. The instructional plans provide clear steps of the introduction to the completion...
4th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Daily Warm-Ups: Grammar and Usage
If grammar practice is anywhere in your curriculum, you must check out an extensive collection of warm-up activities for language arts! Each page focuses on a different concept, from parts of speech to verbals, and provides review...
3rd - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
"The Gunny Wolf": American Folktale
While you tell the story of "The Gunny Wolf," your class will actively participate by asking questions and clarifying. Next, they answer questions about the story to increase comprehension before creating a storyboard to document the...
2nd - 4th English Language Arts
New Review The Story of The Three Little Pigs
Bring the 1904 version of the classic kid's tale, The Story of the Three Little Pigs to your young readers. With original drawings by L. Leslie Brooke, young reader take a step into a world where pigs can talk and a wolf is big and bad.
K - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable