Each student can be assigned one prompt, or all the students can be assigned all the prompts, and then the teacher can choose one of each answer. These options can adapt to making a class booklet or bulletin board decorations. Alternately, each student can be assigned all the prompts and write their own booklets. 24 prompts with lines for writing.
Use the drawing of a monster foot to draw your own creative "Wild Thing" - this is a tie-in to a lesson on "Where the Wild Things Are" or it could be a fun Halloween lesson, too. 3 pages with 3 different feet.
A straightforward presentation of the Christmas story, including information about secular and religious Christmas traditions. It is followed by 6 multiple choice questions and 5 questions that require brief written reponses.
Betty MacDonald's "Hello, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle" is used to help students develop critical thinking skills while enjoying children's literature. This unit includes discussion questions, an activity page, and a test.
"It's a mushy gushy mystery when Junie B. Jones gets a big, mushy card from a secret admirer!"
This unit enhances the Barbara Park book with vocabulary and comprehension skills development (with none of Junie B.'s notorious grammar).