Literature activities

Explore a variety of literature activities that will foster a love for reading and enhance comprehension skills. Discover fun and interactive ways to engage with your favorite books and authors.
Storytelling Activities, Literary Activities, Retelling Activities, Reading And Writing Skills, Story Telling Activities, Fun Reading Activities, Activities For The Classroom, Drama Activities, Activities For Students

Storytelling is a wonderful way to build creativity and imagination in your students. How can storytelling activities be beneficial in the classroom? There are so many ways! inspires purposeful talkingraises enthusiasm for reading textsinitiates writingenhances communityimproves writingengages students Want to see how each of these activities work? Watch the Storytelling Activities video on my YouTube

Kathleen O'Donnell
25 reading activities that your students can complete with ANY text! Includes activities to check comprehension and to visualize and connect with the content. Perfect for any language arts class! Teacher Binder, Literature Circles, Reading Response Activities, Literature Activities, Learning Sight Words, Personal Connection, Teaching Literature, Speak Spanish, Spanish Reading

Some of you may know that I have the mother of all multi-level classes this year: 6th-12th grade, 1st-7th year Spanish. I asked parents and students for grace during the first few weeks as I figured out how to meet everyone’s needs, and they did. We are now finishing up week four, and I have a…

gabriela fernandez
Literature Activities Middle School, Book Clubs For Middle School Students, During Reading Activities, High School Novel Study, Book Club Middle School, Novel Study Middle School, High School Book Club Activities, Novel Project Ideas, Lit Circles Middle School

A multiple choice quiz after reading is a quick and easy way to check student comprehension, but it doesn't allow you to assess deeper understanding and it certainly isn't fun or creative. If you are looking for more meaningful and engaging activities to use with students during literature circles or a novel unit, here's twelve ideas that are favorites in my classroom and the Common Core standards they align with.

Michele Geoghegan
World Read Aloud Day - Library Activities and Lessons! World Book Day Library Ideas, Reading Club Activities, Children's Book Activities, Library Activities For Preschoolers, World Book Day Activities Preschool, Preschool Library Activities, World Book Day Ideas Activities, Kids Book Club Activities, Library Activities For Kids

It is essential to read to students aloud. Not only is reading aloud to students building language and vocabulary, but it is also sparking children’s love for reading!

Alexandria Library Software
Middle School Reading, Amigurumi Patterns, 5th Grade Reading, Teaching Theme, Literature Lessons, Literature Activities, Teaching Themes, Teaching Literature, Reading Themes

Teaching theme is not an easy task! Not only do students need to have a strong comprehension of the story's elements (like plot, setting, and characters), but they also have to be able to make inferences to find the author's message, since most themes are not overtly stated by the author. So, what are some of my favorite activities for helping kids understand theme? I'll list a number of them here. 1. Make an Anchor Chart Anchor charts are a great way to make learning visual and to have a…

Kayla Harris
Before Reading Strategies, Comprehension Skills And Strategies, Before Reading Activities, Read To Someone Activities, Reading Strategies For Kids, Reading Get To Know You Activities, Activating Prior Knowledge Activities, Making Reading Fun In The Classroom, Engaging Reading Activities

Hands-on pre-reading activities that encourage your elementary students to access their prior knowledge and make predictions.

Marie Stevenson