Home » Shop » Where the Red Fern Grows Movie Book Compare Contrast Writing

Where the Red Fern Grows Movie Book Compare Contrast Writing

$1.00

A simple, and to the point compare and contrast activity for Where the Red Fern Grows book and movie. Includes a page for compare/contrast, as well as editable writing prompt pages (primary lined, intermediate lined in full and half size page options).

Description

Enhance your learning experience with our engaging Where the Red Fern Grows Movie Book Compare Contrast Writing activity. This comprehensive resource offers a variety of tools to foster critical thinking and creative expression.

Explore the depths of this timeless tale with our meticulously designed compare/contrast page, enabling students to analyze and evaluate the similarities and differences between the movie and the book. Additionally, this provides editable writing prompt pages in various formats, including primary lined and intermediate lined options in both full and half-sized pages. This flexibility empowers educators to seamlessly integrate a captivating writing activity into their curriculum.

Unleash the potential of your students as they delve into the world of literature, sharpen their analytical skills, and unleash their imagination through captivating writing prompts. With this Where the Red Fern Grows Movie Book Compare Contrast Writing activity, learning becomes an immersive adventure that will leave a lasting impact on young minds.

What other teachers are saying about these Where the Red Fern Grows Movie Book Compare Contrast Writing Activity:

  • Extremely satisfied–Perfect addition to our Red Fern Book Study! Kids really dug into the similarities and differences activity. Such rich discussion afterwards, also!
  • Extremely satisfied–We just finished the book and this was the perfect activity to accompany the movie. Students enjoyed comparing and contrasting and I loved that they wanted to put it on paper. Thank you!
  • Extremely satisfied–I love this story so much from my own childhood, so I knew I had to read it to my class when I started teaching. Thank you for providing a resource to accompany the book and extend our learning.
  • Extremely satisfied–My students really liked talking about the similarities and differences between the book and movie and this was great way to practice comparing and contrasting.
You can see what else is in the shop here or take a look at this resource in my TpT shop here.
All rights reserved © Jen Lium | Teaching in the Tongass