Teaching character traits and how they change will be a breeze when you are reading the Global Read Aloud Fish in a Tree. What you get: A character traits graphic organizer for Ally, Shay, Keisha, Jessica, Albert, Mr. Daniels, Mrs. Hall, Ally's Mom and one blank one for any additional characters you'd like students to analyze. (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post91722533&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)
Fish in a Tree Reading Responses and Journal PromptsThis is a set of 53 questions about the book Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt. The questions can be used as task cards or printed for interactive notebooks. Each question correlates with a specific chapter in the book, and two prompts are included for after the book.The questions are a mix of reading responses and journal prompts. $
9 activities that provide a fun culmination to your Fish in a Tree unit. Students can choose from a variety of activities to create their own final project. Use as classwork, homework, Lit Circles, or even in literacy centers. Activities promote higher order thinking, are connected to Common Core standards, and are engaging by tapping into the Multiple Intelligences.Check out more AWESOME CHOICE BOARDS for Upper Elementary novels in my store!