|Night of the Twister E-Notes Lesson Plan, book by Ivy Ruckman
Features day-by-day teaching plans, study questions, vocabulary worksheets, end of book activities and discussion questions, and a teacher's answer key. Also available: literature eNotes and all Viewpoints eNotes.
The Big Green Pocketbook by Candice F. Ransom
Printable manipulatives, practice with the letter "L," and the color green, craft ideas. Adobe Reader required for access.
Lesson plans and teaching ideas for Freedom River and other books.
To develop reading comprehension, emergent readers use picture cues in comic books and in Yo! Yes! by Chris Raschka.
Lesson plans and teaching resources for The Westing Game.
Officer Buckle and Gloria by Peggy Rathmann
Students write sentences using imperative form verbs, analyze safety situations, make safety stars, and practice illustrating emotions. Adobe Reader required for access.
Lesson plans and teaching ideas for Where the Red Fern Grows.
Dear Mrs. Parks by Rosa Parks with Gregory Reed
Summary and background, prereading and comprehension questions, vocabulary, suggestions for use in literature circles, reader responde and writing topics, ESL and interdisciplinary strategies. Access to this 8-page teacher guide requires Adobe Reader or compatible application.
The World According to Kaley by Dian Curtis Regan
This teacher's guide includes a pre-reading question, 10 discussion questions, and suggestions for interdisciplinary post-reading projects.
Virals and Seizure by Kathy Reichs
Discussion questions and follow-up activities for both books. This 2-page document requires Adobe Reader for access.
The Stupendous Dodgeball Fiasco by Janice Repka
After listening to The Stupendous Dodgeball Fiasco, students will create short stories about things which they'd like to change around their school. This lesson is designed for third grade.
H. A. Rey
Teaching strategies to use with the Curious George books.
Vanishing Cultures series by Jan Reynolds
This 16-page teacher's guide opens with prereading ideas, ESL strategies, and ideas for literature circles. For each book in the series it also has vocabulary words, discussion questions, writing activities, and interdisciplinary connections.
Mouse Mess by Linnea Riley
This 5-day unit plan includes downloadable support materials.
Lesson plans, biography, and activities for this award-winning children's author.
Lesson plans for Tar Beach, more.
John H. Ritter
The author of Choosing up Sides and Over the Wall includes a page of lesson plans and classroom activities to go with his novels.
Fenway Fever by John Ritter Teacher's Guide and Lesson Plans
Discussion questions, language study, writing prompts, and project ideas. This 8-page document requires Adobe Reader for access.
The Best School Year Ever by Barbara Robinson
Summary and 10 activities.
Lesson plans and learning activities for How to Eat Fried Worms.
My Friend Rabbit by Eric Rohmann
This teacher guide includes a summary, ideas for writing, and other post-reading activities.
You are SO not invited to my Bat Mitzvah! by Fiona Rosenbloom
Discussion questions, ideas for projects, and an author interview.
J. K. Rowling
Lesson plans and teaching ideas for the Harry Potter novels.
Mama's Window by Lynn Rubright
Summary and ideas for cross-curricular activities.
Lily's Ghosts by Laura Ruby
Discussion questions, a graphic organizer, and cross-curricular activities.
Night of the Twisters by Ivy Ruckman
Prereading, during reading, and cross-curricular postreading activities. This lesson is designed for grades 4 and 5.
Pam Muņoz Ryan
Lesson plans for Esperanza Rising, When Marian Sang.
Using Where Butterflies Grow by Joanne Ryder, students will describe and discuss the cycles of the butterfly. Students will use the writing process to demonstrate their knowledge of butterflies by writing their own butterfly tale.
Lesson plans and teaching ideas for the Henry and Mudge books, All I See, Birthday Presents, Missing May, Waiting to Waltz: A Childhood, and When I was Young in the Mountains.