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The Wall and the Wild Reading Guide and Worksheets

Reading Guide

Please check out the Reading Guide for The Wall and the Wild from Lantana Publishing and Sherish Osman, with a coloring page from the book by illustrator Katie Rewse!


Story Elements Worksheets

Characters, setting, and plot, oh my! If you don't have your own worksheets handy, try one of these. The first one breaks down plot by beginning, middle, and end. The second includes boxes for problem and solution. Again, just click and print! I hope to get some more worksheets devoted to character, plot, and theme developed soon.

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Draw and Describe Your Own Worksheets

The Wall and the Wild centers on Ana's interactions with three elements of the setting, two of which she makes. These worksheets get students thinking about their own variations on a garden, a wall, and the Wild. Hopefully, their own ideas provide interesting elements to share and discuss.

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Sorting Story Elements Worksheets

Have students practice identifying and classifying character, setting, and plot elements from The Wall and the Wild. The worksheets have 11, 14, and 21 items to sort.

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Matching and Word Scramble Worksheets

These offer fun practice in word recognition using key words from the story.

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Draw with the Illustrator

Have fun drawing Ana, the main character in The Wall and the Wild, with illustrator Katie Rewse! Just follow the steps in the video below ...

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