Ivan: The Remarkable True Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla Read-Aloud Guide


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Ivan: the Remarkable True Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla Read-Aloud Guide (NONFICTION)

The packet includes Pre-Reading activities, a Pre and Post-Reading Vocabulary activity, During-Reading activities with prompts focusing on quotes and illustrations, and After-Reading activities that include ideas for extensions and differentiation. Activities are intentionally designed for students to communicate their ideas and knowledge in a variety of ways including writing, researching, illustrating, proposing, and presenting. The packet includes implementation plans, student handouts, and connections to Common Core Standards and Best Practice. Reproducible student bookmarks can be used as prompts for writing, and Ivan grouping cards can be used for forming student groups.

Ivan: The Remarkable True Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla is a nonfiction picture book that tells the real story of The One and Only Ivan.ivan2

Appropriate for Grades 3-5

  • Pre-Reading Activities
  • During-Reading Activities
  • Pre-Reading Vocabulary Activity
  • After-Reading Vocabulary Activity

After-Reading Student Activities include:

  • Making a Timeline of Ivan’s Life
  • Ivan Mapping Activity
  • Advocacy, Protests, and Petitions
  • Illustrations in Nonfiction Literature
  • Research Project
  • Ivan’s Story Cube

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    Ivan Story Cube

  • Suggested Resource List
  • Ivan Grouping Cards
  • Ivan Bookmarks
  • Common Core State Standards
  • Connections to Best Practice
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