Tales of A Fourth Grade
By Judy Blume
Here are some ideas I have collected from
other teachers and the web (of course!) for this novel.
Responses to Literature
Tales of a
Fourth Grade Nothing Test
Tales of a
Fourth Grade Nothing Test Review
I created these to give after we read the
book. The skills I focused on were sequencing and cause and
effect. We review genre. One of the activities that we
did in small groups involved sentence strips.
I made this in
www.puzzlemaker.com from a few
vocabulary words that I selected from the book.
I have also had students make class
books. Each student is given a vocabulary word. On a sheet of
paper they write the word, define it, use it in a sentence and then
draw a picture. Students share with the class. Then all
pages are bound into a book.
Friendly Letter Rubric
Students write a friendly letter to
teacher in which they identify favorite parts, make connections, and
This is an activity from Linda Hoyt's
book Reflect, Revisit and Retell. This is a wonderful book
full of comprehension activities.
Click here to read about it. In this activity students
brainstorm words that are important to the text. For example
Peter, Dribble, ate, turtle, toddle bike, Fudge, etc.
Many activities and ideas!
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