Fish in a Tree Culminating Activities
Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt is an amazing novel about a middle school girl who feels that she somehow can't fit in. Her new teacher, Mr. Daniels, finally uncovers the full extent of Ally's problem. Students will recap the main setting, main character, plot, themes and complete some vocabul...
A Reading Activity to Include in Disability Units—Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt
How to use Fish in a Tree, by Lynda Mullaly Hunt in the classroom to motivate students to make a difference! Download a free Character Chart worksheet.
Fish in a Tree Drama Circle
Fish in A Tree - Drama CircleAdd some more fun into your Fish in a Tree novel study or read aloud with this Fish in a Tree drama circle.This drama and language activity that goes along with your study of the novel, Fish in a Tree, by Lynda Hunt, has a similar format to the "I Have / Who Has" game.
A Fish in a Tree Complete Activities Kit
Welcome to a 2015 Global Read Aloud Novel Fish in a TreeNovel Questions, Thinking or Task Cards, Summary Graphic Organizer, Character TraitsThis is a heartwarming story about a sixth grader with dyslexia, who doesnt know she has dyslexia. Ally Nickerson has made it through 7 schools in 7 years and all she knows is she is D.U.M.B!
Fish in a Tree Character Study
Teaching character traits and how they change will be a breeze when you are reading Fish in a Tree. What you get: A character traits graphic organizer for Ally, Shay, Keisha, Jessica, Albert, Mr. Daniels, Mrs. Hall, Ally's Mom and one blank one for any additional characters you'd like students to ...
Fish in a Tree Choice Board Tic Tac Toe Novel Activities Menu Assessment Project
9 activities that provide a fun culmination to your Fish in a Tree unit. Students can choose from a variety of activities to create their own final project. Use as classwork, homework, Lit Circles, or even in literacy centers. Activities promote higher order thinking, are connected to Common Core st...
Fish in a Tree - Novel Study
A simple and engaging novel study to accompany Lynda Mullaly Hunt's "Fish in a Tree". This is a must-read for students of all ages! This novel study includes writing prompts that tie in with the Ontario Language Curriculum Expectations. There are also some fun sheets to connect your students with the text, and allow them to express their own creativity!
Fish in a Tree Novel Study: 17 Writing Prompts and 17 Quizzes
Quizzes and writing prompts for Fish in a Tree. The writing prompts also make excellent discussion starters.
Fish in a Tree
Fish in a Tree novel activity pack! Includes the following graphic organizers for the story Fish in a Tree: Author's Purpose for writing Fish in a Tree Interviewing Lynda Mullaly Hunt, author of Fish in a Tree Making Inferences Reading Reflection Summarizing Chapters Setting in Fish in a Tree Mai...
Fish in a Tree Figurative Language | Distance Learning
Fish in a Tree Figurative Language. Are you ready to teach Fish in a Tree? Do you want to expose your students to a slew of figurative language, but don't have the time to search for examples throughout this awesome novel? This resource is designed to help the busy teacher do what they do best - TEACH. Included in this resource are several different ways to study similes, metaphors, idioms, hyperboles, and personification examples that are included in Fish in a Tree.
Fish in a Tree : Growth Mindset : Creative Writing Activity
Fish in a Tree by: Lynda Mullaly Hunt is a book that celebrates growth mindset. When precocious Ally is not able to read in class, she decides to act out to divert attention away from her lack of abilities. However; with help from her patient teacher, Ally is able to see that her condition of having dyslexia does not mean that she will never be able to read, but that she has to work that much harder to become literate.