Chocolate Bundle

Chocolate Bundle

$18.99

This Chocolate Bundle is loaded with mouth-watering activities! You will find a web quest, opinion writing, a grouping activity, and 3 novel units! See the previews for each one!

Engage your students with a variety of reading comprehension skills. Roald Dahl filled this story with a million opportunities for critical thinking and text dependent analysis, which makes it ideal for literature circles, novel studies, and book clubs. You can’t go wrong with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The hilarious book is about a boy winning a Golden Ticket to the famous chocolate factory.
 
This thorough resource is prepped and ready to go with a separate page of questions for every chapter in the book. It was designed to allow your students to delve deeply into the story giving them exposure to all the crucial reading comprehension skills and strategies. Your students will enjoy learning about Charlie and his adventures while being challenged to think about the author’s purpose and reasoning behind the author’s craft. You won’t be disappointed!
 
What is included?
  • Cover Page if you make booklets
  • Character Charts
  • Vocabulary Pages
  • Questions for 30 Chapters
  • 2 Pages of End of Story Questions
  • Vocabulary Quiz
  • Test
  • Answer Keys for all of the above
 
What skills are covered for reading comprehension?
  • Prediction
  • Inference
  • Text Evidence
  • Text Dependent Analysis
  • Author’s Purpose
  • Point of View
  • Character Traits and Changes
  • Main Idea and Details
  • Summarize
  • Questioning
  • Figurative Language
  • Poetry Analysis
  • Sense Words
  • Vocabulary
  • Mood
  • Plot, Suspense, Climax
  • Story Elements
  • Homonyms
  • Theme
  • Moral
  • Message
  • Compare and Contrast
  • Analyze quotes
  • Cause and Effect
  • Visualization
  • Text-to-Self Connections
  • Text-to-Text Connections
  • Text-to-World Connections
  • Paraphrase
  • Symbolism
  • Sequence
  • Critical Thinking
  • Opinions
  • Creative
  • Writing Prompts
  • Writing Poetry
 
Engage your students with a variety of reading comprehension skills. The author has filled it with opportunities for critical thinking and text dependent analysis, which makes it ideal for literature circles, novel studies, and book clubs. Chocolate Fever is a fun book about a boy AND CHOCOLATE! What else do you need? 🙂
 
This thorough resource is prepped and ready to go with a separate page of questions for every chapter in the book. It was designed to allow your students to delve deeply into the story giving them exposure to all the crucial reading comprehension skills and strategies. Your students will enjoy learning about Henry and his adventures while being challenged to think about the author’s purpose and reasoning behind the author’s craft.
 
What is included?
  • Cover Page if you make booklets
  • Character Charts
  • Vocabulary Pages
  • Questions for all 12 Chapters
  • End of Story Questions
  • Vocabulary Quiz
  • Test
  • Answer Keys for all of the above
 
What skills are covered for reading comprehension?
  • Vocabulary
  • Predictions
  • Point of View
  • Author’s View
  • Cause and Effect
  • Figurative Language
  • Description
  • Writing prompts
  • Compare and Contrast
  • Who, what, where, why, when, how
  • Story elements: characters, setting, problem, solution
  • Plot- rising action, suspense, climax, falling action
  • Illustration
  • Character traits, actions, changes
  • Inference
  • Theme
  • Summarize
  • Main idea, Supporting details
  • Text connection
  • Text evidence
  • Dialogue, Quote analysis
  • Beginning, middle, end
  • Sequence
  • Opinion
  • Mood/Feelings
  • Lesson, Moral
  • TDA- Text dependent analysis
 
Engage your students with a variety of reading comprehension questions and activities filled with critical thinking skills and text dependent analysis. It is ideal for literature circles, novel studies, and book clubs. The Chocolate Touch is a fun book about a boy AND CHOCOLATE and I love how it refers to the Midas Touch!
 
This thorough resource is prepped and ready to go with a separate page of questions for every chapter in the book. It was designed to allow your students to delve deeply into the story giving them exposure to all the crucial reading comprehension skills and strategies. Your students will enjoy learning about John Midas and his adventures while being challenged to think about the author’s purpose and reasoning behind the author’s craft.
 
What is included?
  • Cover Page if you make booklets
  • Character Charts
  • Vocabulary Pages
  • Questions for all 12 Chapters
  • End of Story Questions
  • Vocabulary Quiz
  • Test
  • Answer Keys for all of the above
 
What skills are covered for reading comprehension?
  • Vocabulary
  • Predictions
  • Point of View
  • Author’s View
  • Cause and Effect
  • Figurative Language
  • Description
  • Writing prompts
  • Compare and Contrast
  • Who, what, where, why, when, how
  • Story elements: characters, setting, problem, solution
  • Plot- rising action, suspense, climax, falling action
  • Illustration
  • Character traits, actions, changes
  • Inference
  • Theme
  • Foreshadowing
  • Symbolism
  • Summarize
  • Main idea, Supporting details
  • Text connection
  • Text evidence
  • Dialogue, Quote analysis
  • Beginning, middle, end
  • Sequence
  • Opinion
  • Feelings
  • Lesson, Moral
  • TDA- Text dependent analysis
 
Who doesn’t love chocolate? This mouth-watering chocolate activity is a CHOCOLATE WEB QUEST that your students will enjoy! Put those research skills to the test. All of the questions have a QR code and a link that takes the students directly to different websites where they learn interesting FACTS about the history of chocolate, its ingredients, and how it is made into the chocolate that we love today!
 
What is included?
 
1. Web Quest: The web quest is in the form of a PDF. It has students directions and TEN pages of questions. It can be sent to students or placed on a password-protected web page. All of the questions have a link and a QR code, so students can go directly to the site needed.
 
2. Teacher PDF– This PDF includes teacher directions, the printables for students to write their answers, extra links to fun chocolate games and a quizlet, and the answer key to the WEB QUEST questions.
 
PLEASE NOTE: ALL WEBSITES ARE KID-FRIENDLY WITH LITTLE OR NO ADVERTISEMENTS. IF AT ANYTIME THEY CHANGE, PLEASE CONTACT ME SO I CAN REPLACE THEM.
 
WARNING: THIS IS A MOUTH-WATERING ACTIVITY! YOU MAY WANT TO PROVIDE A CHOCOLATE TREAT FOR FINISHING THE WEB QUEST!
 
Students read an article with opposing views on whether or not chocolate is healthy. There is also a link and QR code to an online article that you can use with the printable article (included) for additional information about the topic. Students form an opinion and write about it referring back to the text! This assignment is great for homework and centers because all of the information is provided.
 
For technology uses: The whole resource can be sent to students to use on their tablets or it can be placed on a password protected website for student access. The QR code can be scanned to learn additional information.
 
The printable article is written with a Lexile level of 850. It should be read aloud to students at a lower level.
 
MOTIVATE: Who doesn’t like chocolate?
EDUCATE: Learn about health topics. Learn how to form an opinion.
DIFFERENTIATE: A variety of line spacing options and checklists. Online vs Printable article.
 
1. A printable passage: Is Chocolate Healthy?
 
2. A link and QR code to an online article- another resource.
 
3. An interactive writing notebook page for student note taking
 
4. Student directions (3 versions)
★ With a QR code and link.
★ Without a QR code and link. – used with the printable article.
★ Without name and due date to use in centers.
 
5. A large QR Code Page including a clickable link.
 
6. Final copy templates (3 VERSIONS OF LINE SPACING)
 
7. Opinion Elements Anchor Chart
 
8. Opinion Hamburger Graphic Organizer
 
9. Opinion Checklists (Paragraph and Essay)
 
10. Opinion Rubrics (3 verions)
 
Please check the link before having students click on it! It is a health site so other health-related articles may be on the side bar. Some may not be child-friendly. If that is the case, copy the article for them.
BONUS: CHOCOLATE GROUPING
1. Brainstorm Chocolate Words
2. Decide how to group them and label a title for each group.
 
This is challenging and fun! Sneak them a chocolate treat while they are working hard!
 
 
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