OWLS IN THE FAMILY NOVEL STUDY Gr. 3-6
About This Product
The Owls in the Family Novel Study Gr. 3-6 is a comprehensive teaching resource designed to enrich students' understanding and appreciation of literature. It focuses specifically on Farley Mowat's charming story of a young boy with unique pets and their adventures together. The novel presents readers with the exciting world of two Great Horned Owls, Wol and Weeps, who were rescued by three boys - Billy, Bruce, and Murray.
Features of the Study Guide:
- A variety of exercises: This includes comprehension questions, vocabulary builders as well as creative writing tasks that encourage imaginative abilities in children.
- Response journals: Students are prompted to maintain these where they can make predictions about key events before reading each chapter.
- Diverse implementation options: It effectively supports teaching in a whole group setting for detailed discussions or split groups customizing tasks according to abilities. Besides, it can also be assigned as an independent activity for children at home.
This study guide has more to offer than just academic lessons—it comes coupled with enrichment activities based on language arts and correlated art & craft projects inspired by novel themes which strengthen ties between different learning areas while keeping lessons enjoyably interactive through these hands-on assignments.
Digital Delivery & Usability:
This teaching resource is provided in an accessible PDF format comprising 21 ready-to-print pages ensuring easy use without needing complicated digital tools or software required on educators part.
Versatility & Compatibility
This valuable addition to any language arts curriculum differs from others because it addresses various components ranging from vocabulary building all the way up-to creating related crafts project––making it perfectly compatible for large/small groups both at schools or homeschooling set-ups. The Owls in the Family Novel Study Gr. 3-6 consequently stands as an imperative resource that opens up avenues for enhancing critical thinking skills necessary for academic growth.
1 PDF with 21 ready to print pages