Charlotte's Web Letter TemplateQuick View

Charlotte's Web Letter Template

A template on which children can write a letter from Fern to her Uncle Zuckerman. The second file is for lower ability groups and it has sentence starters already on the sheet to aid children in their writing.

By juliannebritton

Charlotte's Web Activity BookletQuick View

Charlotte's Web Activity Booklet

The activity booklet was made to assist the teacher in the classroom by having resources and activities at hand that complement the text. The activities appeal to the different learners including verbal linguistic, spatial, number and visual. Some children will complete the task, others will not but that's okay. As long as they are engaged and are making connections. I wish you and your class well where ever you are.

By michael-mckenzie4

Charlotte's Web WorkbookQuick View

Charlotte's Web Workbook

This resource is a workbook of 30 pages with writing and drawing activities to use alongside the reading of EB White's Charlotte's Web. It is suitable for Upper Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. It can be printed in black and white as individual sheets or as a workbook for the entire class. It includes writing diary entries, character profiles, descriptions, newspaper articles, persuausive writing, letters and poems. There are also a few comprehension questions, vocabulary tasks and internet research tasks. Design a poster and draw the characters you liked.

By teachercellar

Charlotte's Web Reading ComprehensionQuick View

Charlotte's Web Reading Comprehension

This reading comprehension pack contains: - Opening extract from Charlotte's Web by E.B White (with kind permission of Love Reading 4 Kids) - Differentiated comprehension questions to match the text provided - LA/ MA and HA - Ticks at the bottom of the page identify which ability group the questions are suitable for. - Text can be used for Guided Reading and questions used as a follow up activity.

By ReadingResourcesforTeachers

Pythagoras - Charlotte's WebQuick View

Pythagoras - Charlotte's Web

Introduces Pythagoras Theorem. Main part of the lesson involves calculating missing side lengths on a number of connected triangles (looks a bit like a spider web). Context is a spider web which needs fixing. By finding the missing side lengths, students can help 'Charlotte' fix her web. Also includes two real life examples which can be used as a plenary. First one is a ladder against a wall. Second one is the Eiffel Tower. Learning Objectives : What students should achieve by the end of the lesson (WALT – we are learning to) • Identify right angled triangles • Use knowledge of Algebra in other topics e.g. substitution, solving equations • Learn Pythagoras Theorem and be able to use it Learning Outcomes : (WILF – what I’m looking for) • All students will/must : Be able to use Pythagoras Theorem to find the hypotenuse of a right angled triangle given the opposite and adjacent measurements. • Most students will/should : Be able to use Pythagoras to find any side of a right angled triangle given • Some students will/could: Be able to solve real life problems using Pythagoras Theorem and identify where it can be used. Have a good understanding of the proof behind Pythagoras theorem.

By mercbenzon

Charlotte's Web Speech WorksheetsQuick View

Charlotte's Web Speech Worksheets

A set of resources made to aid the teaching of speech alongside reading 'Charlotte's Web'. One worksheet shows Templeton and Goose with empty speech bubbles so children can think about what they might say to each other. This is useful for lower ability children who are not yet ready to use speech marks in their writing. Another worksheet shows Templeton and Goose with completed speech bubbles so that children can "pop" the speech bubbles and write the dialogue with speech marks. The third worksheet in the pack also allows children to "pop" the speech bubbles but gives them a template within which to write the dialogue using speech marks.

By juliannebritton

Charlotte's Web Literary GuideQuick View

Charlotte's Web Literary Guide

This literary guide brought to you by Wake Up Sunshine, brings to life the children's classic, Charlotte's Web. This endearing tale of friendship, love, and loss is one for anyone who loves an incredible story. With any novel study that I create for my students, I take great pride in making them think at higher levels. With this unit, you can count on activities and quizzes beyond the simple fact recall. Additionally, there are interactive notebook activities and Chinese symbol practice for each chapter. Talk about go beyond the normal! Just show how you're incorporating a world language into a beloved children's literary classic . . . now that's unique! This affordable novel study of Charlotte's Web, by Wake Up Sunshine, is created to enhance a child's understanding the importance of friendship and overcoming obstacles. Children will be engaged in a variety of activities, which will improve their reading, writing, comprehension, critical thinking, and language skills. Included in the unit: 3: Terms of Use 4 - 6: Core Standards Met 7 - 12: Chapter 1 Work/Quiz 13 - 18: Chapter 2 Work/Quiz 19 - 24: Chapter 3 Work/Quiz 25 - 30: Chapter 4 Work/Quiz 31 - 36: Chapter 5 Work/Quiz 37 - 42: Chapter 6 Work/Quiz 43 - 48: Chapter 7 Work/Quiz 49 - 54: Chapter 8 Work/Quiz 55 - 60: Chapter 9 Work/Quiz 61 - 66: Chapter 10 Work/Quiz 67 - 71: Chapter 11 Work/Quiz 72 - 76: Chapter 12 Work/Quiz 77 - 81: Chapter 13 Work/Quiz 82 - 86: Chapter 14 Work/Quiz 87 - 91: Chapter 15 Work/Quiz 92 - 96: Chapter 16 Work/Quiz 97 - 101: Chapter 17 Work/Quiz 102 - 106: Chapter 18 Work/Quiz 107 - 111: Chapter 19 Work/Quiz 112 - 116: Chapter 20 Work/Quiz 117 - 121: Chapter 21 Work/Quiz 122 - 126: Chapter 22 Work/Quiz 127 - 128: After Reading - Excito-Graph 129: Book Report Options 130 - 133: Multiple Intelligence Options 134: Writing Prompts 135: Inspiration Through Song 136 - 140: Final Assessment 140 - 166: Answer Key Note: Each chapter has the following components: -vocabulary -discussion questions -activity -world language (Chinese) -comprehension quiz

By bdalton1209

Charlotte's Web PlanningQuick View

Charlotte's Web Planning

This is a 12-lesson unit plan of Charlotte's Web (including two lessons to watch and discuss the film) that I used with a mixed Y3/4 class. The children loved reading this story and we made woollen pom-pom spiders for our display board. The unit ends with the children writing their own friendship rescue story. I think this unit would be most suited to Years 2-4. Thanks for looking! Please have a peak at my other items for sale in my TES shop :)

By HanMade

Charlotte's Web Character Trait ActivitiesQuick View

Charlotte's Web Character Trait Activities

Character Traits Pack -This packet (32 pages) is designed to be utilized after reading the story 'Charlotte's Web' by E.B White. Included in this kit is cut and paste and written activities, anchor charts (answer sheets) for students to consolidate their understanding of character traits. These NO PREP printable activities would be great to use in: reading and writing activities, literacy centers or morning work. Color and black and white versions are included in the activities below: • Cut and paste the matching character traits for Charlotte, Templeton and Wilbur. • Cut and paste the matching physical traits for Charlotte, Templeton and Wilbur. • Students write the character traits for Fern and the goose. They then write the physical traits to describe the appearance of Fern and the goose. *Answer sheets/anchor charts are included for all of the cut and paste activities. The anchor charts can be displayed in class which can be used when discussing character traits or for writing activities.

By kiran1978

Charlotte's Web (Unit of work with 151 slide PowerPoint and 15 worksheets)Quick View

Charlotte's Web (Unit of work with 151 slide PowerPoint and 15 worksheets)

CHARLOTTE'S WEB ELA Teaching Resources: Charlotte’s Web by E. B. White (Unit of work, 151 slide PowerPoint and 15 worksheets) This teaching resource explores the popular children's novel Charlotte’s Web in detail and covers the following areas of study: - Developing inference and deduction skills - Developing debate and research skills - The novel’s author, context and background - Character study and creating character profiles - How to use embedded quotations in a response - Writing a P.E.A.R.L. response - Exploring plot, themes and language - Individual, pair and group activities - Think, pair, share activities - Story boards and hot seating - Create a quiz and a newspaper front page story - Writing an additional chapter for Charlotte’s Web To preview English Language Arts Teaching Resources: Charlotte’s Web in detail please click on the images from the PowerPoint presentation or visit's-web-teaching-resources-1856.html

By Teacher-of-Primary