The Wonder Years. This is my favorite show of all time. It captured all the things kids go through growing up in a funny and nostalgic way. The music is iconic and probably the reason this series isn't on DVD anywhere.
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Book vs. Movie - Great for Wonder or any other movie version
Book vs. Movie - Great for Wonder or any other movie version Okay so usually the book really is better but it's fun to see the movie too especially with your students. Especially when the book is awesome - like Wonder which I am sure you know is out in theaters now. You can help your students dig a little deeper into the movie - comparing and contrasting it to the book with this free printable! Happy Teaching Rachel Lynette 3-5 book vs. movie comparing and contrasting novel activities…
Wonder by r.j. palacio novel study writing activity, poster, group project
This Wonder writing activity poster is triple the fun with the combination of coloring, creativity, and group work! All inspired by your Wonder novel study. After your students are finished writing and coloring, they will collaborate to assemble the
'The Wonder Years' detailed the life of an average American family growing up in the suburbs during the and Life during this socially rocky decade was so compelling, it kept the Arnold's family story on the air for nearly 6 years.
Have the students write down a text connections that they make during their independent reading time on a slip of construction paper, share, and then categorize them into the three text connections. Once categorized, connect them to create paper chains.
This picture and that movie concept is amazing! I would pay so many dollars to see that movie with these three.