Check out these materials to teach a Peter Pan book unit including vocabulary.
Peter Pan Book Unit
Exciting News!! After receiving such wonderful feedback about my last book study, I have decided to create a second series of posts for the novel Peter Pan. Originally, chapters and skills were posted weekly. They are now all available.
Since students are so familiar with this well-loved classic, most chapters can be stand-alone lessons. [Chapters 8 and 9 together are especially good stand-alone chapters.]
Sir James Matthew Barrie first wrote Peter Pan as a play in 1904. The play was turned into the book Peter and Wendy in 1911 (later called Peter Pan). It is now in the public domain. There is no need to purchase a class set of books because the complete text will be added to the unit plans.
Separate Skill and Chapter Posts
Chapter posts contain the following:
- a printable practice for the vocabulary words
- a multiple-choice/short answer comprehension printable
- one or more constructed response questions with graphic organizers for planning answers to the questions
Four separate skill lessons are included:
- Prefixes, Suffixes, and Root Words
- Similes, Metaphors, and Personification
- Context Clues
- Story Elements
The skill posts are all-inclusive containing foldable graphic organizers, task cards, games, and so forth.
Where do I Begin?
If you wish to use the entire Peter Pan Book Unit, the best place to start is with the FREE introduction resource found on Teachers Pay Teachers. This resource contains the following:
Where do I Get the Rest of the Unit?
The following buttons link to all the individual parts of the unit. Clicking on a button will take you to the individual blog posts where printable handouts can be gathered. These same buttons are at the bottom of each post to help you navigate through the chapters.
Follow these links to see the entire book unit:
Follow these links to see go to the skill lessons for this unit: