This unit contains seventeen pages of comprehension questions, seventeen pages of vocabulary word work, a picture dictionary, map, and an antique letter writing project.
While reading Number the Stars, I found that this novel is filled with challenging words related to the time period. Therefore, there is a large focus on using context clues and the dictionary to understand unknown words.
This lesson features clipart/fonts from Lettering Delights, Melonheadz, and Lindy du Plessis.
Interest Level: Grades 3-5
Reading Level: Grade Equivalent 5.1
Lexile Measure: 670L
Guided Reading: U
*17 Pages of Comprehension Questions
*17 Pages of Vocabulary Work - Titles included are:
-I Can See It! Vocabulary Illustrations
-Vocabulary Match Up
-Fill It In
-Break it Down
-Vocabulary Multiple Choice
-Write it Out
-Define and Sketch
-Name Collection Box
-Part of Speech
*Antique Writing Paper
-Create Aged Paper from Coffee
*Number the Stars Picture Dictionary
-Jewish New Year
-King Christian X
-Star of David