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Gerald the Shaggy Unicorn supplemental worksheets and discussion guides for ages K - 5

Discussion Guides include: 

  • Common Core Standards that are addressed
  • Social Emotional Learning Standards that are addressed
  • Pre reading activities / discussion
  • During reading discussion points
  • Post reading reflection / activities


    Discussion Guide Grades K - 3

    Discussion Guide Grades 4 - 6


    Character Maps: Two maps available - one for Gerald and another for Sunny and Oliver. Each are indicated by the image in the bottom corner. 

    Somebody Wanted But So and Summary Page Help students work on their summary writing skills by completing a SWBS graphic organizer, and then turning it into a well organized summary on the next page! Or, you may find one or the other more appropriate depending on your grade level rather than using both together. 

    Cause and Effect worksheet: Help students understand how character actions can have an effect on how another character feels or reacts. 

    VennDiagram: Venn diagrams are a great way to compare characters or compare students to characters!

    Pre reading Illustration Walk : Try this illustration walk with your students prior to reading the book! Using just the illustrations, this activity can be a great way to engage the students and activate their understanding of character feelings through expression and body language before tackling reading comprehension. 
    Written Response question (best for 4th - 5th grade): Have students demonstrate their understanding of central ideas and themes with this written response. The question was written and designed for students to use text evidence and their own thinking to explain their central idea or theme. 
    Storyboard (HL): Map out the story events in the order in which they happened.
    Storyboard (LL): Number the pictures in the order in which they happened in the story.