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"The Witches", by Roald Dahl, 17 Project Challenges

NEWLY REVISED, August 2012! A set of 17 project challenges to go with the book, "The Witches", by Roald Dahl. These are creative writing, research, and informational writing projects. They are a great way to differentiate.If you purchased this already, you can redownload this version for free!

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10 Best Books for Girls and Young Women

Loved this book (and all his others) when I was younger. I have to convince myself that I do not the box set every time I see it at Costco :)

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James and the Giant Peach by Ronald Dahl Book Review


Roald Dahl's Phizz-whizzing Collection I am dying for this. My life will be complete when I can lay in a pile of my favorite books from times passed.

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17 Magical Lessons Learned From Roald Dahl Books

You couldn’t understand why your friends would watch TV when there were books. | 17 Magical Lessons Learned From Roald Dahl Books

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Roald Dahl Biography - with Comprehension Questions

Learn about the life of popular author Roald Dahl with our differentiated biographies. This resource also includes three sets of related comprehension questions and answers.

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Less Television {Day 15}

31 Days of Less & More, Day 15: Less Television. Join this month long, life-changing challenge to fill your life with less heartache but more joy, less stress but more peace, and less stuff but more contentment.


A set of grid activities for a novel study of Roald Dahl's Matilda. The grid combines Bloom's Taxonomy and Multiple Intelligences to provide students with tasks that are accessible and appeal to their talents and interests. Suitable for grades 3-6.

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The Witches Novel Study Unit: comprehension, vocabulary, activities, tests

This HUGE, 122-page novel study for The Witches by Roald Dahl includes student work by chapter, Common Core aligned activities, Culminating Project Choices, vocabulary work, and more! You will find the attractive format student-friendly and easy to use! All Common Core codes are listed on the resources, along with student-friendly "I can" statements. Questions and activities are thought-provoking and are perfect for whole-class, small group, or even independent settings.