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Fish in a Tree Reading Responses and Journal PromptsThis is a set of 53 questions about the book Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt.  The questions can be used as task cards or printed for interactive notebooks.  Each question correlates with a specific chapter in the book, and two prompts are included for after the book.The questions are a mix of reading responses and journal prompts. $

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Craftivity to accompany the reading of Fish in a Tree by Lynda Hunt.  Perfect summative task for the book (and so much better than a test).

Fish in a Tree Craftivity

Craftivity to accompany the reading of Fish in a Tree by Lynda Hunt. Perfect summative task for the book (and so much better than a test).

One of the most powerful novels written for intermediate students in recent years...a story of friendship, bullying, finding oneself, and more.  This novel study helps teachers dig deeply into this book--and helps students understand the key messages within.

Fish in a Tree Novel Study

One of the most powerful novels written for intermediate students in recent years...a story of friendship, bullying, finding oneself, and more. This novel study helps teachers dig deeply into this book--and helps students understand the key messages within.

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.

Fish in a Tree Drama Circle

107 Open-Ended Question Cards for Discussion and Writing on Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt Here are 107 open-ended question cards to enhance your reading of the wonderful novel, Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt. There are two types of cards included: -Cards 1-89 are meant to be used while reading the book.

Fish in a Tree Task Cards

Fish in a Tree Question Cards: 107 Open-Ended Question Cards for Discussion and Writing on Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly HuntHere are 107 open-ended question cards to enhance your reading of the wonderful novel, Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt.

Nonfiction response ideas

10 Nonfiction Activity Ideas for Kids -- These would be great to put into a menu choice board for nonfiction book reports.

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"Great minds don't think alike" and other favorite quotes from Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt

I hope you're joining the Tween Us Book Club! Here's a Fish in a Tree Discussion Guide with some great conversation starters and questions.

Fish in a Tree Novel Study- writing prompts, reading response, language activities with a great community building book!

Fish in a Tree NOVEL STUDY

Fish in a Tree Novel Study- writing prompts, reading response, language activities with a great community building book!

If you are looking for a resource to help you and your students really dig into this amazing book, check out this novel study for Fish in a Tree...talk about characters, plot, theme, and more!  Teacher guide, writing prompts, graphic organizers, and more!

Fish in a Tree Novel Study

If you are looking for a resource to help you and your students really dig into this amazing book, check out this novel study for Fish in a Tree...talk about characters, plot, theme, and more! Teacher guide, writing prompts, graphic organizers, and more!

Fish in a Tree is a great way to teach your students about Growth Mindset! This activity is formatted in an attractive newspaper format that prompts students to write from the perspectives of the characters!  Great for a Fish in a Tree Novel Study! This activity is a great way to write creatively using text evidence! Fish in a Tree is by Linda Mullaly Hunt. Created by 1teach2learn

Fish in a Tree : Growth Mindset : Creative Writing Activity

Fish in a Tree is a great way to teach your students about Growth Mindset! This activity is formatted in an attractive newspaper format that prompts students to write from the perspectives of the characters! Great for a Fish in a Tree Novel Study! This activity is a great way to write creatively using text evidence! Fish in a Tree is by Linda Mullaly Hunt. Created by 1teach2learn