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A Living Biography Project (wax museum). I love teaching biographies. This year, I had my students create poster board "costumes" as a culmination to the biography research projects. This packet contains everything you need to have your students complete a project of their very own to present in class or at a Living Biography Museum.
FREE!! After I read the story of the three little pigs, we discuss whose point of view the story is being told from. Then I read the story The True Story of the Three Pigs by Jon Scieszka. We discuss whose point of view the story is being told from. Attached I’ve included a letter format page. Students are encouraged to see the wolf’s point of view and to explain his side of the story. Students can use their imagination to use any explanation. Fun!
Place objects inside a story bag and have students draw one piece at a time and tell a story. You can also have them write out the story or retell a story you make by placing the pieces in chronological order. This would be funny with narratives.
This reading log is a place for students to record and reflect on what they've read. The questions are intended to inspire students to think while they read, yet they are quick and easy to complete. (So they can spend more time thinking and reading!) $2