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.
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.
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“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...