This lesson plan for Tomie de Paola's 26 Fairmount Avenue suggests a variety of classroom activities to explore biography writing and related themes. 26 Fairmount Avenue (ISBN X) is a children's novel by Tomie dePaola that won a Newbery Honor. dePaolo was also awarded the Laura Pages: 64 p. A Newbery Honor Book Tomie's family starts building their new house at 26 Fairmount Avenue in , just as a hurricane hits town, starting off a busy, crazy.
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Serving well for young fans of dePaola's many picture books, this would be a good choice for those moving into their first chapter books.
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It would also be ideal for parents and children to enjoy together, as it's as much 26 fairmont avenue to listen to as it is to read aloud.
My mom also grew up in Meriden, CT at the same time as dePaola, though she is 3 years younger and went to the 26 fairmont avenue Catholic church in town he went to the Italian, she to the Irish.
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I read this one aloud to my kids and my mom together, and it brought forth many recollections from her own childhood, and most interestingly, her own remembrances of some of the exact experiences dePaola talks about.
Tomie dePaola has a gift for retelling his experiences with a child's perspective and innocence, creating a narrative voice young children can easily relate to. His tales are peppered with historical references and events, but with details that appeal to kids, such as his memorable 26 fairmont avenue of how an umbrella-wielding child became briefly airborne.
Through all the stories, dePaola conveys a real sense of community, 26 fairmont avenue traditional neighborhood where family and friends pull together to help each other. Sketches arranged to resemble a photo album in the front pages of the book portray the key people in the stories.
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Tom is about his grandfather Tom, Nana Upstairs and Nana Downstairs is about his grandmother and 26 fairmont avenue, and The Art Lesson is about Tomie's kindergarten experiences. These picture books may be fun read-alouds for the class after you have finished 26 Fairmount Avenue since they expand 26 fairmont avenue the stories they will have heard.
You may also want to offer these books to readers who are more comfortable independently reading picture books rather than chapter books. Your class can also create a big family tree of the dePaola family. Create a fill-in family tree to xerox for your student, or create a giant classroom-size 26 fairmont avenue tree on posterboard.
Refer to the list 26 fairmont avenue characters at the beginning of the book, and decorate with xeroxed pictures from the book or drawings that your students create.
You may also want to incorporate this activity into a study 26 fairmont avenue your students' own family trees. Create a Classroom Community Ask your students to draw a picture of where they live. Encourage them to add as many details as they can, including the sorts of things that take place at their homes: Create a "Classroom Community" by hanging up all of the pictures in a neighborhood-style bulletin board, complete with cardboard mailboxes below each picture identifying who lives there.
Let your students write about their own family members - and learn about them at the same time!
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First, discuss with your students how to interview someone. 26 fairmont avenue good tips to give them are to make a list of questions ahead 26 fairmont avenue time, to ask open-ended questions not just yes-or-no questionsto take good notes, and to pay close attention. Then ask them to interview a grown family member about their childhood.
Questions they will want to ask include where they grew up, what they did for fun, what their families were like, and any major events they remember from their childhood.