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The Family Under the Bridge

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

  • The Family Under the Bridge - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
  • The Family Under the Bridge - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
  • The Family Under the Bridge - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
  • The Family Under the Bridge - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
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Order #: CCP2313 ISBN13: 978-1-55319-556-6 Grades: 3, 4 Reading Level: 3-4 Total Page: 55 Author: Nat Reed
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  • Extremely thorough! Thank you.

    Katie Larson
  • Great resource. Great quizzes to help check for understanding. Thank you so much.

    Fiorela Piedra
  • A great resource!

    4th Grade Panthers
  • loved the way this unit was put together. Wish there were more books done in the same format.

    Kerrie Good
  • My students really enjoyed this book and the activities were grade appropriate.

    davisgal
  • Great unit for a wonderful book!

    Erinn Saburn
  • Great resource. Helpful and saved me so much planning.

    A. James
  • Such a great read at Christmas for my third and fourth graders.

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  • Looks great! I love the consistency with the chapter-by-chapter layout. Great writing tasks, too! Thank you!!!!

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  • nice for response practice

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  • GREAT resource for the novel. I used worksheets from the packet daily in my reading group.

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  • "Comprehensive resource...saved me lots of time! I am excited to do this book with my students!"

    - Alicia Webb
  • "Thanks!"

    - Kelly R.
  • Great resource!!

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  • Fantastic. Beautifully done, thorough, interesting and engaging, great variety of questions/activities. Thank you!

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  • Looks great! I love the consistency with the chapter-by-chapter layout. Great writing tasks, too! Thank you!!!!

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  • Nice for response practice!

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  • GREAT resource for the novel. I used worksheets from the packet daily in my reading group.

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  • Very nice questions and activities to go along with a great novel.

    Marilyn Jackson
  • Great resource to use when reading this book as a class or literature circle!

    Kaitlyn Januszeski
  • Fabulous resource! I used this with our novel study this Christmas and the students commented that they loved these materials. Thanks!

    Dee Sanborn
  • Excellent! I like the multi-leveled questioning and prompts throughout. This will be used with my higher leveled readers, therefore the questions and prompts which will have them digger deeply while making connections is just what I needed.

    Kim R.
  • This is the first year I have taught this novel. This packet has been my lifesaver!!! Thank you so much for this comprehensive teaching unit! :)

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Expose your students to the hardships of poverty and the power that comes with family. Multi-leveled questions and prompts will have students digging deeper while making connections. Investigate the setting to determine what is already known about the historic country of France. Explain what is ironic about Armand's words to the pigeons. Recall what was read by completing a paragraph from the novel with its missing words. Predict what will happen with the children's request to Father Christmas after a cliffhanger. Research information on Provence, Saint Sara or the Tournelle Bridge and create a report with interesting facts on these places mentioned in the novel. Complete an analysis of the novel, detailing the conflict, setting, point of view and theme, among others. 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:
The Family Under the Bridge is a Newbery Honor winning story about the Calcet family—a mother and her three children—who end up living under a bridge on the Seine River. Here, they befriend the carefree Parisian hobo, Armand. When two nosy women appear at their makeshift home, and it appears that the authorities have been summoned, Armand takes the family to live with a community of gypsies. Here, they are befriended and their relationship with the old hobo deepens. After promising the children a new home for Christmas, Armand decides his only option is to seek employment, and he manages to get a job as the caretaker of an apartment building, which offers the family a place to stay. Here, they determine to live as one big family, with Armand serving as the grandfather the children never had.

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Product Reviews

Katie Larson

Extremely thorough! Thank you.

Fiorela Piedra

Great resource. Great quizzes to help check for understanding. Thank you so much.

4th Grade Panthers

A great resource!

Kerrie Good

loved the way this unit was put together. Wish there were more books done in the same format.

davisgal

My students really enjoyed this book and the activities were grade appropriate.

Erinn Saburn

Great unit for a wonderful book!

A.James

Great resource. Helpful and saved me so much planning.

-- C.Baxley

Such a great read at Christmas for my third and fourth graders.

-- C. Shin

Great resource!

-- N. Laubham

Looks great! I love the consistency with the chapter-by-chapter layout. Great writing tasks, too! Thank you!!!!

-- K. Chier

nice for response practice

-- J. Graham

GREAT resource for the novel. I used worksheets from the packet daily in my reading group.

- AliciaWebb

"Comprehensive resource...saved me lots of time! I am excited to do this book with my students!"

- KellyR.

"Thanks!"

-- Kel Hanson

Great resource!!

-- Laura McConkey

Fantastic. Beautifully done, thorough, interesting and engaging, great variety of questions/activities. Thank you!

-- N. Laubham

Looks great! I love the consistency with the chapter-by-chapter layout. Great writing tasks, too! Thank you!!!!

-- Karna Chier

Nice for response practice!

-- Jennifer Graham

GREAT resource for the novel. I used worksheets from the packet daily in my reading group.

MarilynJackson

Very nice questions and activities to go along with a great novel.

KaitlynJanuszeski

Great resource to use when reading this book as a class or literature circle!

DeeSanborn

Fabulous resource! I used this with our novel study this Christmas and the students commented that they loved these materials. Thanks!

KimR.

Excellent! I like the multi-leveled questioning and prompts throughout. This will be used with my higher leveled readers, therefore the questions and prompts which will have them digger deeply while making connections is just what I needed.

kati728kati728

This is the first year I have taught this novel. This packet has been my lifesaver!!! Thank you so much for this comprehensive teaching unit! :)

DanielleGandy

Awesome! Perfect!!!

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