Strider lesson plans for days 6-10

Enjoy this second set of lesson plans for Strider, the sequel to Beverly Cleary’s Newbery Award winner Dear Mr. Henshaw. These lesson plans follow our first set of plans posted on 9/15/08 and lead students through vocabulary, using their storyboard to write a summary, completing a character trait chart, and a final project of creating a character fact file.

Laurie McGrath, Instructional Resource Teacher at Park Hall Elementary and a former 5th grade teacher, wrote these lesson plans for Strider based on the Maryland Voluntary State Curriculum.

*We’ve resumed audio downloads of these Strider excerpts! Enjoy part 1 of the lesson plans as well. Let us know what you think!! * (Right click to download audio)
DOWNLOAD January 12 | January 26 | March 12 | April 29

Strider – Lesson Plans
Strider – Vocabulary Chart
Strider – Character Trait Chart
Strider – Nouns & Verbs

Listen online: Strider – January 12

Listen online: Strider – January 26

Listen online: Strider – March 12

Listen online: Strider – April 29

For more lesson plans and FREE audio, see our other posts in the FREE AUDIOBOOK LESSON GUIDES category. Let us know what you think!

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