The Red Wolf by Margaret Shannon is a children’s book that tells the story of a young wolf who is different from the others in his pack. He is born with red fur, which sets him apart and makes him a target for teasing and exclusion. But with the help of a wise old wolf, the young red wolf learns to embrace his uniqueness and use it to his advantage.
A teaching guide for The Red Wolf includes a variety of activities and discussion points to help children engage with the book and explore its themes.
It aims to help students explore themes of uniqueness, self-acceptance, and determination through engaging activities and discussion.
This 30-page, no prep, unit of reading and ELA lessons, ready-to-use resources and activities unit was created to use with The Red Wolf by Margaret Shannon. This book is about a little girl, Roselupin, put into a tower by her father, the king, because “The world is a wild and dangerous place.” On her seventh birthday, she got a gold box, inside was yarn and it said “Knit what you want” and the king laughed. The story is engaging and loved my children who love fairy tales.
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. writing prompts which can be used for assessments
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. bulletin board suggestions
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