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Caddie Woodlawn - Many writing activities here that range from persuasive writing to creating a brochure. The lessons here also focus on quilting and map making source

Casey at the Bat - A collection of unique activities for this poem. Includes writing activities that make the story personal to the student source

Catherine Called Birdy - Research projects, questions for discussion, and other realted readings are all here. source

Cay, The - Students can make a model of the island! Other ideas include discussions about dialect and music of the Caribbean source

Cay, The - Students can get involved in this novel by studing the culture and history surrounding the Caribbean. Great ideas for integrating literature with social studies source

Charlottes Web - Chapter summaries, quizes, and crossword puzzles are just a few of the things you will find here source

Charlottes Web - Students will focus on persuasive writing in this lesson as they research the pet of their choice and write a letter to their parents about it source

Charlottes Web - Fifty-two different questions and activities to challenge your students with source

Charlottes Web - Go into great depth with this website. Explore setting, characters, and point of view source

Charlottes Web Activities - A collection of activity ideas sure to enrich a literature unit on Charlottes Web source

Chasing Redbird - Includes a summary of the novel along with a list if possible discussion questions source

Dear Mr. Henshaw Activities - Web based activities for students to complete. Students learn vocabulary and review characters and setting source

Dear Mr. Henshaw (Teacher Cyberguide) - Very through lesson plan for the book. It includes activities that students can do on the internet and provides you with the necessary links source

Door in the Wall, The - Gives suggested prereading activities as well as thematic conections such as history and geography. Also provides questions for discussion source

Dragonwings - If done carefully, this can be an opportunity for students to explore gangs and the purpose of them. They can exmaine chinese culture and see how gangs function within the society of this book source

Dragonwings (Teacher Cyberguide) - Students will explore Chinatown, timelines, and maps through the use of these lessons. Other lessons focus on descriptive writing source

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