Charlotte’s Web Literature Guide

Charlotte’s Web is just one of those books that every child needs to read.  The author uses such descriptive words.  I recommend this book for second or third graders (especially girls).  I just completed a Charlotte’s Web Literature Guide.  It took what seemed like forever, but I’m so glad I did it!  I’m actually using it with my own daughter right now!!

Please check it out!  It’s for sale on Currclick, and  Teacherspayteachers, and  Teacher’s Notebook.

Here’s the description:

Reading can be challenging, especially for children who struggle with this skill.  This Literature Guide is meant to make it very easy for children with learning challenges such as dyslexia to find success reading a chapter book.  The amount of daily reading is not overwhelming for children who have to put so much effort into reading.  It is meant to be a read-aloud activity, one-on-one. It is perfect for a small group reading center, a home-schooler, or for a parent who wants to help her child with his or her reading at home.

The once a week activity included in this guide adds fun while not burdening the teacher or parent with a lot of extra things to do in addition to other school work.

This resource can be used by the parent of a strong reader as well.  You may just read a chapter a day instead of each week.  The activities and tests would still work for you as well!  There is a Vocabulary List (with definitions) and a Chapter/Vocabulary Test for every chapter of the book

Table of Contents

Lesson Plans…………………………………………………………………….4-26

Vocabulary…………………………………………………………………….27-51

Activities………………………………………………………………………..52-78

Tests…………………………………………………………………………….79-157

Key…………………………………………………………………………..158-237

Included are directions and photographs for all of the weekly activities!

Activity List

Week 1 – Felt Pig

Week 2 – “Mud” Pie

Week 3 – Catch the Pig Game

Week 4 – Magnetic Schedule Board

Week 5 – Spider

Week 6 – Keep Your Egg Safe Activity

Week 7 – Bug Catcher

Week 8 – Animal Shadow Puppets

Week 9 – Friendship or Braided Bracelet

Week 10 – Cross-Stitch Activity

Week 11 – Decorative Storage Pail

Week 12 – Homemade White Board

Week 13 – Decoupage Pencil Can

Week 14 – Journal

Week 15 – Canvas Sack

Week 16 – Buttermilk Biscuits

Week 17 – Tent

Week 18 – Cotton Candy Treat

Week 19 – Homemade Jelly

Week 20 – Piggy Bank

Week 21 – Egg Sack Piñata

Week 22 – Winter Scarf

Also, be sure to check out Reading is for Everyone, a complete phonics curriculum which uses pictures incorporated in the letters and special sounds.

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