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The Koala Who Could

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These three reading strategies help your students understand the characters, setting, plot events and problem and solution. Stylish art with Jon Klassen appeal and vibrant storytelling from two contemporary stars make this a story to shout about and have adults and children alike demanding it as a bedroom story time and again. Rachel's rhymes are sublime ... Jim Field's humorous animal illustrations are fab, fab, FAB ... a sunshiney book full of fun This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden.

This literacy resource is made for elementary and primary-age students. You can use the activities for:Discuss strategies that we can use when something in life is changing. How can we help others when their life is changing? This is a joyful affirmation of adventure and is perfect for any shy, nervous readers, as well as those little ones who are a shade more rambunctious The questions reinforce your student’s understanding of The Koala Who Could and respond to the book by making connections, making plausible predictions and formulating new questions. They will analyze the characters, determine their point of view, analyze the problem and solution, and much more! Write a diary entry from Kevin’s point of view for the day after his tree fell down. How does he feel about what happened? How has his life changed? Your students will love digging deeper into The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright while developing their retelling, sequencing and summarizing skills. The activities are open-ended so that they can work at their level and you can assess their understanding.

This resource was also created so your students can reflect that it can be difficult to admit your fears and anxieties, but change can bring new and wonderful experiences. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation.Fans of The Gruffalo and Giraffes Can't Dance will love this feelgood rhyming story portraying a positive message about facing up to change ...Stylish art with Jon Klassen appeal and vibrant storytelling from two contemporary stars make this a story to shout about - it will make you laugh, cry and read it every bedtime. The questions also help your students reflect on that it can be difficult to admit your fears and anxieties, but change can bring new and wonderful experiences. Record an audio diary from Kevin’s point of view that explains how he felt at different points in the story.

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