The Indian in the Cupboard, Literature Guide, Grades 5-8
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The story takes place in England. It begins innocently enough, with a boy, Omri, celebrating his birthday and opening his presents with his family. He receives many gifts, however, the present with which he is least impressed becomes the focal point of the story. For when Omri places the second-hand plastic Indian into the cupboard and locks it with his great-grandmother's old key, the cupboard and the key work a powerful magic.
This literature guide includes plenty of resources for teachers to use while teaching 'The Indian in the Cupboard.' Sample Lesson Plans; Pre-reading activities; A biographical sketch and picture of the author; A book summary; Vocabulary Lists and Suggested Vocabulary Activities; Chapters grouped for study with each section including: quizzes, hands-on projects, cooperative learning activities cross-curriculum connections, extensions into the reader's own life, Post-reading ideas; Book report ideas; Research Ideas; A culminating activity; and three different options for unit tests are included. Answer key provided. Grade Level: 3-5.
This Literature Unit Guide is designed to be used alongside the sold-separately novel The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks.
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