Children's Literature Lesson Plans, Authors Eboch-Eyvindson

Are You My Mother?
Students use P. D. Eastman's book to search for pronouns and antecedents. Follow the tab for downloadable charts and worksheets. Designed for grades K-2.

The Well of Sacrifice by Chris Eboch
A variety of post-reading activities organized by level of difficulty.

The Jackson Friends Series by Michelle Edwards
This page includes guides to several books: Pa Lia's First Day , Zero Grandparents , The Talent Show , and Stinky Stern Forever . Scroll down to find ideas for projects.

A Video Interview with Pamela Duncan Edwards
Short video interviews. Follow links at the left to biography, bibliography, and a transcript.

A Video Interview with Lois Ehlert
Short video interviews. Follow links at the left to biography, bibliography, and a transcript.

Teacher Guide for Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert
Strategies for reading and projects for post reading. Includes art, science, and math activities.

Springboard for Autobiographical Writing: The Moccasins by Earl Einarson
Students listen and make predictions, determine fact from fiction, and write autobiographically. Includes vocabulary and extension activities. The entire document has 112 pages; lesson plans for this book begin on p. 78. Adobe Reader required. Designed for kindergarten.

Bird by Zetta Elliot
Summary and 3 sets of discussion questions based on different aspects of the story.

Bird by Zetta Elliot
Synopsis, prereading questions, vocabulary words, postreading discussion questions, literature circles roles, reader response writing prompts, ELL/ESL strategies, and interdisciplinary learning activities for social studies, science, math, and art.

Bird by Zetta Elliot
Scroll to page 10 of this document to find 8 learning activities. Adobe Reader required.

Zetta Elliot
Author interview, emphasis on Bird .

Home at Last by Susan Middleton Elya
Summary, prereading questions, vocabulary, discussion questions, ideas for literature circles and reader response, strategies for ESL and interdisciplinary connections.

Adjective Monster
This lesson explores the connections between visual art and language arts, and how both are used to creatively tell stories and express emotions. Students will read the book Go Away Big Green Monster by Ed Emberley. They will be introduced to adjectives as descriptive words then create their own monsters using paper sculpture techniques.

We'll Never Forget You, Roberto Clemente by Trudie Engel
Students note details as they read. Includes text-dependent questions, vocabulary words, a culminating task, and additional learning activities. Word processor required for access.

Louise Erdrich
Lesson plans for The Birchbark House .

The Winter Witch by Clay Bonnyman Evans
This teacher guide includes a summary; an author interview; prereading, comprehension check, and discussion questions; and ideas for cross-curricular post-reading activities.

Understanding Character Change in Red Parka Mary by Peter Eyvindson
Students will practice comprehension strategies as they examine elements of literature. Students examine their personal learning and experience to connect to the main character, attending to changes in the character's thinking as well as their own. Using context clues, they develop new vocabulary. Companion texts encourage students to compare and contrast characters. Several suggestions for a culminating community activity encourage student involvement with elders, synthesizing learning through action.The entire document has 112 pages; lesson plans for this book begin on p. 97. Adobe Reader required. Designed for grade 2.