Walk Two Moons Lesson Plans
by Sharon Creech

Actions Speak Louder than Words
After hearing and discussing an excerpt from Walk Two Moons, students will plan to create a unique description of a character that uses memorable actions that "show" a person’s character. They will brainstorm verbs that might prove or "show" two personality traits. Students will then turn their brainstorm into an original character sketch that shows the reader both personality traits, borrowing techniques from Creech's novel. This lesson emphasizes idea development and word choice.

Character Traits
Designed for grades 4 and 5, this lessons helps students learn to analyze and identify character traits using a description of Mrs. Winterbottom from Walk Two Moons.

Study Questions and Suggested Essay Topics for Walk Two Moons
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Study Questions for Children's Literature
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Vocabulary from Walk Two Moons
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Walk Two Moons
A variety of activities listed by reading strategy.

Walk Two Moons
An extensive unit plan with reading strategies, discussion questions, journal prompts, vocabulary, a final test, and more. This 21-page document requires Adobe Reader for access.

Walk Two Moons
Discussion questions and activities.

Walk Two Moons
Summary, 10 discussion questions, and activities.

Walk Two Moons
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Walk Two Moons
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Walk Two Moons: An Integrated Unit
These standards-based activities, designed for grade 8, combine language arts, information skills, mathematics, and workforce development. Scroll down to find a structure for a book review and a rubric for evaluating it.

Walk Two Moons
Two research activities.