Charlotte's Web | Novel Study | 3rd Grade ELA
Charlotte’s Web | Novel Study | Write about Reading
Reading responses, graphic organizers, comprehension questions, vocabulary, writing about reading, character study, story elements, and more! This resource
will save YOU time and engage your students in a meaningful reading experience.
This novel study is to be used with the book,
Charlotte's Web, by E.B. White
These writing prompts and graphic organizers
· will enable young readers to make connections to their reading
· will support reading strategies taught
· will improve reading comprehension
· will engage students in literature in a meaningful way
106 pages for Charlotte's Web:
- character study pages
- adjectives to describe the characters
- setting - where the story takes place
- five vocabulary bookmarks
- vocabulary words for classroom display
- writing about the theme
- compare and contrast
- ‘thick and thin’ questions
- comprehension questions chapter-by-chapter
- poetry! About a Spider, of course!
- writing prompt for spider webs
- visualizing activity
- visualizing anchor chart for display
- summarize the story page
- recommendation page
- ‘Make a cover’ for your Charlotte’s Web folder
- teacher resource pages
- teacher pacing guide
- discussion cards for 'talking about the book'
This book is a beautiful book teaching the theme of friendship. E.B. White is a masterful writer who captures the children's minds and hearts on page 1. You can use these pages if you do a read-aloud with the book or assign the book for independent reading. These reader response pages are appropriate for grades 2-3. 4th graders might also use these writing prompts about this book as their writing would be more sophisticated, and they could develop higher-level meanings on theme, comprehension, summary, vocabulary, etc. These writing pages would also help homeschoolers learn comprehension strategies, word study, and listening skills.