A Baby Sister for Frances Lit Link/Novel Study Grades 1-3

EBN141

$11.00 USD

Additional information:

  • Author : Solski, Ruth

Reproducible student booklet, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.

Book Summary: With a new addition to the family, Frances is feeling left out. So Frances decides to run away—but not too far!

Book by Russell Hoban.

List of Skills:

Comprehension: (Reproducible Study Guide)

  1. Making Inferences
  2. Sequence
  3. Brainstorming
  4. Emotional Reactions
  5. Vocabulary Recall
  6. Thinking About the Story


Word Study:

  1. Compound Words
  2. Antonyms
  3. Syllabication
  4. Singular and Plural
  5. Root Words
  6. Suffixes
  7. Synonyms
  8. Alphabetical Order
  9. Classifying
  10. Rhyming Words

Creative:

  1. Brainstorming
  2. Higher Level Thinking
  3. Brainstorming
  4. Evaluation
  5. Evaluation
  6. Brainstorming
  7. Recalling Details
  8. Brainstorming
  9. Synthesis
  10. Writing a Letter

Table of Contents Includes:
Summary of Story ............................................................4
Author Biography ........................................................... 4
Teacher Information ...................................................... 5
List of Vocabulary ...........................................................6
Teacher's Guide ............................................................. 7
Discussion Questions ...................................................... 8
Teacher Input Suggestions .......................................... l 0
List of Skills ......................................................................11
Student Checklist ............................................................. 12
Reproducible Student Booklet ................................... 13
Independent Activity Cards .......................................20
Blank Activity Cards .....................................................30

Learning Objectives:
l. To develop the enjoyment and appreciation of literature.
2. To reinforce and strengthen comprehension, word study and creative · thinking skills.
3. To develop the student's ability to read a selected piece of literature independently.
4. To develop oral and written language skills.

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