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The Creative Apple: Novel Activities, Daily 5 Update, & Anchor Chart Thursdays!

The Creative Apple: Novel Activities, Daily 5 Update, & Anchor Chart Thursdays!

Blog post explaining why Hatchet is an outstanding book to help your students understand why it's important to develop a growth mindset.

Blog post explaining why Hatchet is an outstanding book to help your students understand why it's important to develop a growth mindset.

Updated 7/21/2015This item contains 5 centers used for the novel Hatchet.The centers include:ComprehensionVocabularyVisualizationLetter Writingand Figurative LanguageThe Letter Writing and Figurative Language Center is the same center, but will obviously change when being introduced to each chapter.When can I use this?When you are done reading each chapter ( or two chapters) students will work in groups to complete each literacy center.

Hatchet Literacy Centers

Updated 7/21/2015This item contains 5 centers used for the novel Hatchet.The centers include:ComprehensionVocabularyVisualizationLetter Writingand Figurative LanguageThe Letter Writing and Figurative Language Center is the same center, but will obviously change when being introduced to each chapter.When can I use this?When you are done reading each chapter ( or two chapters) students will work in groups to complete each literacy center.

HATCHET: Whats In The Survival Pack? - Fun Class Activity from Presto Plans on TeachersNotebook.com (3 pages)

HATCHET: Whats In The Survival Pack? - Fun Class Activity from Presto Plans on TeachersNotebook.com (3 pages)

Hatchet  by Gary Paulsen is one of my very favorite novels to teach.  I am always on the hunt for ways to pull in my struggling boys,...

Hatchet by Gary Paulsen is one of my very favorite novels to teach. I am always on the hunt for ways to pull in my struggling boys,...

HATCHET Dioramas completed by 6th graders after reading the novel written by Gary Paulson about the survival of a Middlschool student in the Canadian Wilderness.

HATCHET Dioramas completed by 6th graders after reading the novel written by Gary Paulson about the survival of a Middlschool student in the Canadian Wilderness.

A puzzle worksheet featuring characters and vocabulary from the book Hatchet by Gary Paulsen.  This would make a great handout for early finishers or a fun homework assignment when studying this book.  Puzzlers must look for the words in all directions including backwards and diagonally and there are some overlapping words.

Hatchet Word Search Puzzle

A puzzle worksheet featuring characters and vocabulary from the book Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. This would make a great handout for early finishers or a fun homework assignment when studying this book. Puzzlers must look for the words in all directions including backwards and diagonally and there are some overlapping words.

Free foldable graphic organizer to use with the book Hatchet by Gary Paulsen (includes blank version and answer key)

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . Surviving in the Wilderness

Free foldable graphic organizer to use with the book Hatchet by Gary Paulsen (includes blank version and answer key)

Hatchet by Gary Paulsen a fun activity to wrap up the novel!

Hatchet Character Map

Hatchet - Literary Conflict: What are the different types of conflict in the Hatchet book? Use our T-Chart layout to portray your thoughts! Here is a close up of Man vs. Self.

Hatchet - Literary Conflict: What are the different types of conflict in the Hatchet book? Use our T-Chart layout to portray your thoughts! Here is a close up of Man vs. Self.

Hatchet - Student Projects  The following 10 activities are designed as long-range student projects or unit summative assessment tasks. They requir...

Hatchet - Student Projects

Hatchet - Student Projects The following 10 activities are designed as long-range student projects or unit summative assessment tasks. They requir...

“Bury the hatchet” means “to make peace”.  Example: Tom and I buried the hatchet and we are good friends now.  Origin: This idiom originated in the 17th century in America. Native American tribes would literally bury a hatchet (a cutting tool) in the...

“Bury the hatchet” means “to make peace”. Example: Tom and I buried the hatchet and we are good friends now. Origin: This idiom originated in the 17th century in America. Native American tribes would literally bury a hatchet (a cutting tool) in the...