Are you looking for an engaging way to teach reading comprehension strategies? Look no further! Help your students strengthen their comprehension skills while digging deeper into A Bad Case of the Stripes by David Shannon with this comprehensive set of activities.
The A Bad Case of the Stripes literacy activities are fun, easy to use, differentiated, and specifically connected to the book through imagery and quotes.
The worksheets are open-ended, so your students can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding.
A Bad Case of the Stripes promotes self-confidence, self-esteem, and self-expression and reflects on the effects of peer pressure and being free to make your own decisions without worrying about what others may think.
These themes are reinforced further with A Bad Case of the Stripes read-aloud questions for you to use before, during and after reading the book.
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Prep is quick and easy. Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book!
Your students will love practising comprehension skills in engaging ways, engaging in active and meaningful discussions, working on challenging but achievable activities suitable for different abilities, making connections with their own experiences and playing cut-and-stick activities and games.
- Activities and games related to the cause and effect in A Bad Case of the Stripes.
- Activities explore the character traits in A Bad Case of the Stripes and anchor chart labels.
- The read-aloud questions include a list, individual cards and sticky note templates. The A Bad Case of the Stripes questions includes inference, prediction, making connections, point of view, character traits and much more!
- A Bad Case of the Stripes inferring and predicting activities.
- Main idea and theme with specific examples related to A Bad Case of the Stripes.
- Making connections to the themes and actions in A Bad Case of the Stripes, including text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world.
- Point of view activities related to the characters, author and narrator of A Bad Case of the Stripes.
- A Bad Case of the Stripes retelling and sequencing activities with text and visual images, including black and white and colored versions.
Each comprehension skill has activities with different difficulty levels, so all you have to do is choose the best pages for your student’s needs.
Many of the A Bad Case of the Stripes activities have boxes your students can respond to with text or illustrations, depending on their ability.
This A Bad Case of the Stripes book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students.
The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book, for example, ideas for sequencing and the main idea and theme.
The A Bad Case of the Stripes book activities and questions and activities are opinion based and open-ended for easy differentiation.
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