Fish in a Tree Novel Study & Workbook

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Use this hands-on, interactive Fish in a Tree Workbook to teach perseverance and empathy with your students. Everything you need to teach a unit on the novel Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt is included in this editable unit!

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Use this hands-on, interactive Fish in a Tree Workbook to teach perseverance and empathy with your students. Everything you need to teach a unit on the novel Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt is included in this editable unit!

Answer key for comprehension questions is included.

This EDITABLE resource is appropriate for grades 4-6 and includes the following activities:
-Teacher directions & workbook tabs
-Set the Stage (Mind Movies) interactive bulletin board
-Welcome to your “Fish in a Tree Workbook” student letter
-15 Fish in a Tree themed bell ringer prompts
-Before you read activity
-Chapter comprehension questions for each chapter (based on Bloom’s Taxonomy)
-Chapter summary illustrations for students to complete
-Vocabulary charts for each chapter
-Extended plot structure activity to teach the concept of plot
-Group think activity relating to dyslexia and daily reading activities
-Letter from Alice (allusion)
-Teacher talk (Mr. Daniels)
-Wooden nickel day vs silver dollar compare & contrast activity
-Classroom trophies
-Fish in a Tree task cards
-Learning & understanding perseverance reading puzzle activity
-Identifying themes graphic organizer
-Figurative language tic-tac-toe
-Artifact project
-Classroom wish jar materials
-Sketchbook of Impossible Things student journal and activity (flipbook)
-Friendship menu group project & rubric
-Fish in a Tree characterization flipbook
-Literary elements focus lesson
-Character recipes activity
-Final test
-Cover pages for each section

This resource is based on Bloom’s Taxonomy– higher level thinking skills!

Your students will master a variety of skills during this unit including:
-Writing for purpose
-Reading beyond the text
-How to remember, understand, apply, analyze, evaluate, and create based on the text and materials included
-How to follow along with the text and identify themes, figurative language, and literary elements
-How to identify stereotypes and eliminate bullying
-Mastery of vocabulary terms
-The deeper meaning of Ally’s mind movies and sketchbook of impossible things
-Identify and explain the plot structure of the novel
-Create products for a purpose

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2 reviews for Fish in a Tree Novel Study & Workbook

  1. The SuperHERO Teacher Brittany Wheaton

    “This is a wonderful resource for a terrific book! There are so many resources within this, it’s easy to cater to small reading groups or whole group activities. Love everything Brittany creates!” -Innovative Interventions

  2. The SuperHERO Teacher Brittany Wheaton

    “BEYOND excited to use this as a material in my classroom this year. It has so many great options for asking questions during ready, working on vocabulary, bell ringers, and great writing prompts. Many of the activities (such as task prompts) could easily be turned into a sub day activity on the fly. The unique recipe project looks so cool, as does the simple project of bringing in something that represents students and doing a quick elevator prompt. A great variety of classroom activities, tests, projects, and more for a unit revolving around this novel. If you are concerned about not being able to print enough for all students to have their own workbook – printing out copy by copy is completely doable as well!” -Alicia F.

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