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Owls in the Family

Novel Study Guide - Grades 3 to 4 - eBook - Lesson Plan

  • Owls in the Family - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
  • Owls in the Family - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
  • Owls in the Family - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
  • Owls in the Family - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
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Order #: CCP2307 ISBN13: 978-1-55319-331-9 Grades: 3, 4 Reading Level: 3-4 Total Page: 55 Author: Marie-Helen Goyetche
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  • This is a great resource! Thorough, easy to use, and little prep. Thank you!

    JODI ZAHARA
  • Great companion unit, thank you!

    Laurel Duruisseau
  • I loved this resource. There is a variety of questions which was nice because the students didn't get bored answering the same questions over and over. I would highly recommend.

    Karen Davis
  • A great resource to use as comprehension check ins with your students. Thank you.

    DJF
  • We loved this! Used it weekly for novel study and assessments.

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  • Thanks! Wonderful rigor and very on target with what my kiddos need.

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  • "I used this unit in my grade 2 class for my very advanced readers. It targeted all the skills I needed. Thanks!"

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  • Great ideas to add to my novel study! Love it

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  • "This unit was so much better than the one I had been using for the past few years. Thank You!"

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  • Very well written. The kids loved it.

    Mary Krueger
  • Thank you for making this so easy!

    Margaret Steven
  • This product is nice for an independent study for reading class. I used it in a sort of "book club" format for my higher level readers.

    Jeannie Rice
  • This product is nice for an independent study for reading class. I used it in a sort of "book club" format for my higher level readers.

    Jeannie Rice Rice

Description

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Your students will get a hoot out of this story about a boy and his adventures with two owls. Target your students' need for independent reading skills. Demonstrate any prior knowledge on the subject of owls before reading the book. Find the word that best matches the vocabulary word from the novel. Show comprehension with multiple choice and true or false questions. Explain why the owls didn't know how to fly, and why Billy didn't show them. Convert inches to centimeters to find out how tall Wol is and how wide his wingspread is. Rewrite a passage from the book in Weeps the owl's point of view. Complete a web to show Wol's encounters with each character from the story. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.

About the Novel:
This is one of Farley Mowat’s funniest books about a boy and two rescued owls named Wol and Weeps. Billy loves all animals. He has rats, mice, over thirty gophers and two dogs. It only seems natural that Billy and his friends search the sloughs and bluffs to find owlets. The boys rescue a pair of owlets from an untimely death, and end up keeping them for over three years. The adventures Billy, his friends and the owls have together are not typical. Participating in the local Pet Parade, owls following him to school, and having an owl arrive for dinner with a skunk are only a few funny incidents in Owls in the Family.

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Product Reviews

JODI ZAHARA

This is a great resource! Thorough, easy to use, and little prep. Thank you!

Laurel Duruisseau

Great companion unit, thank you!

Karen Davis

I loved this resource. There is a variety of questions which was nice because the students didn't get bored answering the same questions over and over. I would highly recommend.

DJF

A great resource to use as comprehension check ins with your students. Thank you.

-- S. Beerley

We loved this! Used it weekly for novel study and assessments.

-- T. Concepts

Thanks! Wonderful rigor and very on target with what my kiddos need.

-- Joanna Stavsky

"I used this unit in my grade 2 class for my very advanced readers. It targeted all the skills I needed. Thanks!"

-- Kassandra Culbert

Great ideas to add to my novel study! Love it

-- Kayla Pinckley

"This unit was so much better than the one I had been using for the past few years. Thank You!"

MaryKrueger

Very well written. The kids loved it.

MargaretSteven

Thank you for making this so easy!

JeannieRice

This product is nice for an independent study for reading class. I used it in a sort of "book club" format for my higher level readers.

Jeannie RiceRice

This product is nice for an independent study for reading class. I used it in a sort of "book club" format for my higher level readers.

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