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Jul 07

Christmas in July ~ The Gift of the Magi ~ Part 1

 

The Gift of the Magi ~ Free Lesson Plans ~ Part 1 VocabularyVocabulary for The Gift of the Magi

It’s not too early to plan your Christmas units. The Gift of the Magi is a heartwarming story of a young married couple who sell their most prized possessions to have money to buy gifts for the other. It makes a wonderful mini-unit to teach during the Christmas season.

Not only is the message a good one, but the book lends itself to covering a number of CCSS skills. The original story measures 6.1 grade equivalent; however, it is a little challenging for sixth graders with its Lexile rating at 940. Due to this, I have also included a simplified version that measures a 4.9 grade equivalent. I made sure that both versions of the story contain the same vocabulary words, making this a perfect unit for differentiated instruction.

The full unit will be provided over four blog posts as part of Christmas in July.

The posts will include:

 

I hope your students will enjoy this unit.


The Gift of the Magi ~ Free Lesson Plans ~ Part I Vocabulary
The vocabulary practice for this unit includes the following:

  • Vocabulary List with 10 words with Parts of Speech, Definitions, and Synonyms
  • Word Cards
  • Practice Book (8 half pages of practice)
  • Vocabulary Test

Click here to download the resource.

Do you need additional teaching resources? Check out these Christmas resources at my on Teachers Pay Teachers store.

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever Book Unit

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever Book Unit

I Have Who Has Prefixes and Suffixes

Free Game for the Holidays

Compare and Contrast Christmas

Compare and Contrast Christmas

Compare and Contrast Christmas

This is a free sample from the Compare and Contrast Christmas pictured to the right.

Gay Miller

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas Divider by Teacher Karma

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