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The Hundred Dresses

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

  • The Hundred Dresses - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
  • The Hundred Dresses - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
  • The Hundred Dresses - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
  • The Hundred Dresses - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 - eBook
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Order #: CCP2317 ISBN13: 978-1-77167-245-0 Grades: 3, 4 Reading Level: 3-4 Total Page: 56 Author: Eleanor Summers
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  • I was searching high and low for a good resource to use with this book. I love the set up, activities and vocabulary. They really lend themselves to a thorough understanding of the novel.

    Sonja Barenboym
  • Work great with one of my small group.

    Gwendolyn Brown
  • worked great for my RTI group

    Laurie Duford
  • This made my novel study a breeze! Thank you!

    Jolene Westendorp
  • This literature kit is a great resource. Thank you!

    lam sanchez
  • very thorough but takes awhile to get through.

    Beth Wood
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    Erinv1
  • This product is AMAZING! My students are highly engaged with these activities. It is absolutely worth the cost!

    Ms Schmidt
  • Excellent resource that was so helpful in reading this wonderful book. Thanks!

    Stacey Snyder
  • Planning to use this book at the first week of school as a class read aloud. Just the resource I needed for additional activities.

    hcsteach
  • I can't wait to use this with my small reading group in the New Year! Thank you

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  • Such a great resource! Very engaging and my students seriously loved it! Thank You

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  • Thank you. This is a helpful resource as an extension to the book we read at the beginning of the year to bring up discussions about treating each other in a kindly manner.

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  • Great resource!

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  • This was a great resource for our novel study!

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Bring to light the hardships of bullying. Offer a unique viewpoint on the hardships, perseverance and acceptance experienced by a young girl. Bring to the forefront topics for discussion about treating each other in a kindly manner. Students share their impressions of people based on where they live and how they dress to get them into the right mindset prior to reading the story. Find details in the story that set a serious tone when Miss Mason reads the note from Wanda's father. Use context clues to write the meanings of the underlined vocabulary words from the book. Predict how Wanda might react to Peggy and Maddie's visit after she moved. Recreate a scene from the novel into a play, and present it to the class. 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 Hundred Dresses is a Newbery Honor winning story about a young girl who is teased and mocked by her classmates. Wanda Petronski is different from the rest of the children in her class. She is poor and friendless, and is seated in the worse seat in the classroom. Constantly teased and mocked by her classmates for wearing the same faded blue dress every day, Wanda claims to own 100 dresses. This obvious lie causes her peers to mock her even more, resulting in her father's decision to move her to a different school. Before she leaves, she enters a drawing contest where she designs 100 different dresses. She moves away before realizing she has won the contest and the respect of her classmates.

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Product Reviews

Sonja Barenboym

I was searching high and low for a good resource to use with this book. I love the set up, activities and vocabulary. They really lend themselves to a thorough understanding of the novel.

Gwendolyn Brown

Work great with one of my small group.

Laurie Duford

worked great for my RTI group

Jolene Westendorp

This made my novel study a breeze! Thank you!

lam sanchez

This literature kit is a great resource. Thank you!

Beth Wood

very thorough but takes awhile to get through.

Erinv1

Great resource for a great book!

Ms Schmidt

This product is AMAZING! My students are highly engaged with these activities. It is absolutely worth the cost!

Stacey Snyder

Excellent resource that was so helpful in reading this wonderful book. Thanks!

hcsteach

Planning to use this book at the first week of school as a class read aloud. Just the resource I needed for additional activities.

-- S. Gibbel

I can't wait to use this with my small reading group in the New Year! Thank you

-- M. Black

I love a well put together novel study

-- G. Rebolledo

Such a great resource! Very engaging and my students seriously loved it! Thank You

-- P. Jemmick

What a great book and resource, very thorough. Thanks

-- J. Volgamore

Thank you. This is a helpful resource as an extension to the book we read at the beginning of the year to bring up discussions about treating each other in a kindly manner.

-- Jennifer Clow

"Great Activities to go with the book!"

-- Silvia Anderson

Great resource!

-- Renee Espinoza

This was a great resource for our novel study!

-- Brenda Taylor

Great chapter by chapter sections!

-- Jami Bell

Very helpful and students enjoyed it!

-- Meredith Black

I love a well put together novel study

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