FREE About the Author PDF with Vocabulary Pages This free black and white printable includes: 2 options for about the author pages to add to any writing project 4 pages of vocabulary to help students write their author pages, which may be added to student
literature Do your students LOVE Mo Willems? In this author study, students read Pigeon books, Elephant & Piggie books, and the Knuffle Bunny series! There are tons of activities, crafts and reader responses for these books!
Seuss Author Study: Use this freebie to teach your students about the amazing life of Theodor Seuss Geisel! Included in this freebie: simple black & white story, "All About Theodor Seuss Geisel," includes a draw and write page (use for
Meet David Shannon -- a video about the author. This video could be used to introduce the author if we were doing an author study or even just before reading some of his books so the children know how he wrote his books.
This common core based author study focuses on the character traits of Peter throughout the most popular stories written by Ezra Jack Keats. An informational text is included so students learn about the author and his artistic and writing accomplishments.
TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Use the picture book Any Questions by Marie-Louise Gay to teach kids how to get ideas for a story. Plus, a free printable! - Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.
This free Book Template is ready to print and go! Students can create their writing masterpieces with these simple lined writing pages. Also included is the option of picture boxes for students to show off their creativity. Perfect for writing workshop!
The Ultimate Kevin Henkes Author Study! Packed to the brim with crafts, low prep printables, vocabulary, about the author activities, and more! Dive into Kevin Henkes' best selling children's books with these activities!
Author Study I love the idea of a monthly author study in my classroom and I have been searching for a manageable way to incorporate it into my curriculum. This pack is the perfect way to incorporate an author study into your classroom into a station or