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  • Use this 'Book: Out of the Dust (middle school)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Out of the Dust (middle school)'. Comprehension and vocabulary questions and writing prompts to review Karen Hesse's Newbery-winning (1998) free verse novel about a girl growing up in the 1934 Dust Bowl. The book is great for exploring the personal side of American history and for learning about free verse... this unit is great for checking comprehension and understanding.
  • printable 1st verse

  • Use this 'Book: Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (primary/elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (primary/elem)'. Imagine yourself in the Truffula forest... Wonder what the Once-ler thinks of all his money... Finish verses with your own Seussian nonsense names... Enjoy the Lorax word find. You'll find these activities and more in this accompaniment to Dr. Seuss's cautionary classic, "The Lorax"!
  • Illustrated poster with French idom: "Il pleut à verse". Affiche illustrée avec l'expression idiomatique,"Il pleut à verse".
  • First verse and refrain of this well-known New Year's song by Robert Burns.
  • The Crossover by Kwame Alexander is the 2015 Newbery Award Winning Novel. It is a novel written in verse, thus providing many teaching oppportunities to explore a variety of poetic styles. This 16 page unit includes comprehension questions, character analysis, character development timeline as well as pre- and post- writing opportunities.

  • Cut around each picture and attach to a tongue depressor to make "puppets". Hold up puppet as you sing the specific verse.
  • Posters of the alouette with arrows pointing to parts. Can be used during singing to indicate the next verse. Affiches de l’alouette avec des flèches qui indiquent les parties de l’oiseau. A s’en servir en chantant la chanson pour indiquer le prochain refrain.