FREE PRINTABLES ~~ The finished books contain 6 pages where students can list character traits for the main characters. This is a valuable tool for a book such as Holes with three story plots taking place. An answer key is included to make this activity a print and go project.
This is a 4 page FREE sample of my novel study for Holes by Louis Sachar. It is Common Core-aligned and student-friendly. Open-ended questions are adaptable for all students! This download includes comprehension and vocabulary for Chapters 1-5, along with a Compare and Contrast Character activity.
Your students will love writing about ADVENTURE FICTION with Pixton comics and storyboards! This FREE lesson plan features a Teacher Guide, themed characters and props. PLUS 3 awesome activities with interactive rubrics, student examples and printable handouts.
Teaching Ideas for Holes by Louis Sachar
Teaching Ideas for Holes by Louis Sachar - Book Units Teacher
HOLES Unit Novel Study (by Louis Sachar) - Literature Guide
A solid teaching unit for Louis Sachar's young adult novel Holes. 123 pages of activities that are sure to engage middle school or high school English students. Plot, Conflict, Setting, Characters, Writing Journals, Pop Quizzes, Vocabulary, Figurative Language, Symbols, Essay, Movie Comparison
No-Prep novel study for "Holes", a standards based interactive notebook literature guide with follow-up reading response questions for every chapter as well as vocabulary, writing projects, activities and enrichment projects. Teacher friendly engaging lessons to use with this award winning novel by Louis Sachar in your classroom while encouraging critical reading skills.$
This activity pack for Holes, by Louis Sachar, contains 35 pages of Common Core-aligned reading response activities. Focuses include character analysis, figurative language, reading for details, point of view, and more. All activities have the Common Core code listed in the bottom corner, providing focus. Graphic organizers are easily adapted for every learner. Creative projects and tasks will keep your students engaged.