Categories
Log in
There’s more to see...
Sign up to see the rest of what’s here!

Middle School Literature

Middle-grade literature guides and reading recommendations. #midleved #middlegradebooks #middleschool

Discussion Guide for Angel Island: Gateway to Gold Mountain, a compelling story of Chinese immigration to America. #nonfiction

Examine the experience of America's first black paratroopers during World War II through discussion questions, writing prompts, and research activities for Courage Has No Color by Tanya Stone. #CCSS #InformationalText #NonFiction #WWII #middlegrade #yalit

Read Groundhog Weather School for free online from @WeGiveBooks. "...kids are drawn in by the thoroughly engaging tale while they learn fun facts about different animals (groundhogs in particular), seasons, weather, and predicting the weather."

Use literature to study the Soviet Union during Stalin's dictatorial regime. Breaking Stalin's Nose is a 2012 Newbery Honor Book by Eugene Yelchin. #midleved #history

Draw students into the beetle word with this teacher's guide to "The Beetle Book" by Steve Jenkins. This printable classroom guide includes discussion questions for reading aloud, teaching ideas for the book, and a beetle project that can be adapted for use with primary or upper grade students. (Pre-K to 8th Grade)