In I Survived the Battle of D-Day, 1944, eleven-year old Paul lived a carefree life until the Nazis invaded his town in Normandy, France. Soon, his father and best friend Gerard were sent to work camps in Germany. Paul sees his favorite teacher, Mr. Leon, get shot and killed right before his eyes. Food and money are scarce. Nazi soldiers are everywhere and life is difficult.
Are you looking for some adverb activities? Check out the anchor chart below. Then follow the links to printables, games, and more. Be sure to download the mini posters. They make a terrific classroom display. My students especially love Idea #6 – Schoolhouse Rock. You’ll hear students humming “Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here.” Also Idea #9 -BrainPop – offers a great explanation on adverbs. Be sure students take the quiz that accompanies their mini lesson.