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Mar 20

Walk Two Moons Context Clues Game Activities

 

Walk Two Moon is a beautiful story of a thirteen year old girl, Sal Hiddle, who travels from Ohio to Idaho with her grandparents to visit her mother’s grave. The story moves between the adventures of the trip in the present to flashbacks into Sal’s past as she tells stories to her grandparents along the way. 

Context Clues Games

Three Free Context Clues Games to use with Walk Two Moons

 

These three games cover an important reading skill: USING CONTEXT CLUES. The sentences used to practice this skill are lines from Walk Two Moons. Both full color and black-lined versions are provided in this print-and-go activity. This means the games can easily be used for a small group activity.

You can download the free printable here.

Free Samples from Walk Two Moons Book Unit

Free Samples from Walk Two Moons Book Unit

If you would like to try out the Walk Two Moons Book Unit before you buy it, this download contains the following free samples:

  • Vocabulary Practice for Chapter 1-2
  • Comprehension Questions for Chapters 1-2
  • Constructive Response Question – Point of View
  • Photos to Show What the Rest of the Unit Looks Like

Walk Two Moons Book Unit

Walk Two Moons Book Unit

 

Walk Two Moons Book Unit contains graphic organizers for an interactive notebook and game activities covering vocabulary, comprehension questions, constructive response writing, and skill practice.

 

Gay Miller

 

2 comments

  1. Catherine

    The link “You can download the free printable here.” went to an Al Capone activity and not the Context Clues games for Walk Two Moons. I bought and downloaded your entire unit for this book, and it looks great! Is there any way I can get the context clues games, too?

    1. Gay Miller

      Hi Catherine,

      Thank you for letting me know. I just changed the link. It should go to the correct place now.

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