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Book Club: The Sisters Grimm - Book 3 - The Problem Child
In this 40-minute, twice-a-week novel study with Ms. Pamela, we will explore the world of The Grimm Sisters through activities and discussions as we talk about the five story elements and play a few games along the way.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
$9 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 3 weeks
40 minutes per class
US Grade 5 - 7
In this teacher-led; 40 minute, twice a week for three weeks class, we will read Book 3 of The Sisters Grimm - The Problem Child and play games, look at the story elements and answer study questions for reading comprehension. An excerpt from Common Sense Media's website: "These are very suspenseful stories, with frightening villains and lots of gore-free violence, including spear battles, bombs (a school is blown up with no one in it), and occasionally murder. One of the most frightening...
Students will learn about story elements Students will gain reading comprehension through answering study questions Students will learn new words by keeping a vocabulary journal
Reading the required segments assigned. Please do not read ahead so we are all on the same page in our discussions and we can enjoy the book together as a group. If you do choose to read ahead, please do not share additional information with the class until we get to that part of the book.
The book by Michael Buckley - The Sisters Grimm - The Problem Child (Book 3) Paper and something to write with such as colored pencils, pens, markers or just a pencil. A notebook to keep a vocabulary journal
Questions will be asked before each class to be sure children know what happened in our story the class before.
1 hour 20 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
An excerpt from Common Sense Media's website: "These are very suspenseful stories, with frightening villains and lots of gore-free violence, including spear battles, bombs (a school is blown up with no one in it), and occasionally murder. One of the most frightening characters in the series is actually Little Red Riding Hood-- portrayed here as a psychotic kidnapper. Note that whereas the first three books are fairly light and suitable for 8- and 9-year-old readers, the later books may be too dark for under-10s."
Meet the teacher
Hello! A Bit About Me My name is Pamela Williams, learners call me Ms. Pamela, and I always love to learn new things. Since starting on the Outschool platform in the Fall of 2019, I have worked with over 850 learners from more than 25 countries....