Frindle

You don't have to have read "Frindle" to use this great worksheet. How better to learn about words than to invent your own, and explain it! Love this idea!

This would be a perfect activity after reading Frindle. Then make a classroom dictionary and allow the students to write a short story using words from the dictionary they just created!

Students love Frindle! It's the perfect length for a quick, high quality novel study. These activities take your readers through each chapter of the book! The reading responses are aligned to the Common Core, fun, rigorous, and easy to implement in your elementary classroom! Use them small group, whole group, with reader's notebooks, and in literature circles.

Frindle

It's the perfect length for a quick, high quality novel study. The reading responses are aligned to the Common Core, fun, rigorous, and easy to implement in your e

Lots of ideas, make sure to hit the unit plan tab to see more

Lots of ideas, make sure to hit the unit plan tab to see more Frindle Unit

Frindle Novel Study-complete and engaging resource! Includes comprehension, vocabulary, assessments and more!

Frindle Novel Study

Frindle Novel Study is a complete and engaging novel study for the book Frindle by Andrew Clements.

Have students uncover and analyze all of the major story elements of Frindle while working on this creative and innovative Frindle Lapbook.

Frindle Lapbook

This interactive lapbook is the perfect compliment to a FRINDLE novel study. Students will work to uncover the story elements, identify their favorite part of the story, express their opinion, identify and define vocabulary words and more!

Frindle by Andrew Clements. Free extension activity, discussion guide and lesson plan from Scholastic.com

Frindle by Andrew Clements AUD Z CLE CDS) When he decides to turn his fifth grade teacher's love of the dictionary around on her, clever Nick Allen invents a new word and begins a chain of events that quickly moves beyond his control.

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