Dragons in Literature Grades 3-6 - Open-ended activities for any literature on dragons

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  • Author : Solski, Ruth

These ideas and activities are designed so they can be used with any type of literature written about ''dragons''. The 30 + reproducible activities develop skills in reading comprehension, vocabulary, creative writing and more. Tips for teachers to make implementation easy.

Children love reading stories with animals as the main characters. Enrich your reading program with activities that can be used with any type of literature that relates to each book title.

Table of Contents
List of Vocabulary ........................................ 4
List of Resources ........................................... 5
List of Skills ..................................................... 9
Teacher Input Suggestions ....................... 11
Teacher Evaluation Sheet ........................ 15
Student Reading Record Sheet .......•...... 16
Student Activity Tracking Sheet............... 17
Student Evaluation Sheet ......................... 18
Research Activity Cards ........................... 19
Reading Activity Cards ............................ 25
Word Study Activity Cards........................ 32
Creative Thinking Cards ........................... 37
Drama Activity Cards ............................... 47
Art Activity Cards ....................................... 49
Reproducible Activity Cards ................... 52
Reproducible Snip Art .............................. 56

 

 

 List of Skills

Creative Thinking

1. Converting a Poem to a Story

2. Creating a Song

3. Converting a Story to a Poem

4. Designing a Menu

5. Main Idea

6. Writing a Fable

7. Writing a Cinquain

8. Writing an Acrostic Poem

9. Writing a Limerick

10. Writing a Sequel

l l. Writing a Legend

12. Simplifying a Story

13. Writing a Letter

 Word Study

 1. Alphabetical Order

2. Proper Nouns

3. Common Nouns

4. Adjectives

5. Making a Crossword

6. Syllabication

7. Roots Words

8. Singular /Plural

9. Using a Dictionary

Reading

1. Describing an Illustration

2. Making Comparisons

3. Forming Opinions

4. Forming Opinions

5. Comparing Characters

6. Comparing Illustrations

7. Reading Orally

8. Story Telling

9. Writing a Precis

10. Noting Characteristics

11. Forecasting

12. Character Study

Art

1. Diorama

2. Banner

3. Creating a New Product

4. Button for a Book

5. Cartoon

6. Large Picture Safety Poster

Drama

1. Television Commercial

2. Choral Speaking

3. Puppet Play

4. Pantomime

5. Writing a Play

Research

1. Using the Card

2. Using the Card Catalog

3. Using Encyclopedias

4. Using the Card Catalog

5. Using the Card Catalog

6. Locating Dragon Poetry

7. Locating Dragon legends

8. Locating Audio-Visual Materials

9. Researching an Author

10. Locating Copyright

11. Using a Table of Contents



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