Character Traits Anchor Chart & Activity (FREEBIE included!)

Read How the Grinch Stole Christmas book, then compare and contrast his behavior before and after Christmas cheer!

Read "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" book, then compare and contrast his behavior before and after Christmas cheer!

Don't be a Grinch! Use your students' love of the holidays to teach 20+ Common Core Standards and a dozen reading skills! Character Analysis, Cause and Effect, Sequencing, Context Clues ~ ALL covered using this fun visual scaffolding tool. This story map is part of a "system" for teaching reading that helps kids learn and teachers teach! visit TPT and look for "Close Reading; Fun for Kids ~ Easy for Teachers!" $

Story Elements Close Reading Superheroes. grades 1 - 5

Don't be a Grinch! Use your students' love of the holidays to teach Common Core Standards and a dozen reading skills!

The Sharpened Pencil | Random Acts of Kindness Activity -- Fill the Grinch with Love

Kids look for random acts of kindness to fill the Grinch with love. When someone sees a kind deed, they get to put a heart on the Grinch. If we can fill the Grinch with hearts before Christmas, we get to have a Grinch Christmas Party!

How the Grinch Stole Christmas Sequencing

How the Grinch Stole Christmas Sequencing

This Sequencing Activity retells the story How the Grinch Stole Christmas by: Dr. Students can cut and paste, cut and tie together by punching holes in top and bottom of cards, or cut them and arrange them in order using a pocket chart at centers.

Things that make me feel like a grinch Sunny Days in Second Grade: November 2011

Today: We made turkeys out of Ring Dings for Tasty Tuesday this month. (Ok, it's past Thanksgiving and it's technically Wednesday, but thes.

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