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A Guide for Using The Chocolate Touch in the Classroom

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Published by Teacher Created Resources .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Language Arts,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / Reading,
  • Curricula

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8749697M
    ISBN 101576903370
    ISBN 109781576903377

    A compilation of over twenty short stories that revolve around the folk who live in the fictional Township of Muddy Fork, USA. Written in true hillbilly style, and with an authentic voice, by the author, who currently resides in Kentucky. If he could, John Midas would eat nothing but chocolate all the time, and he'd never share it with anyone. Then one day, John finds a strange coin on the sidewalk and uses it to buy a box of chocolate at a mysterious new candy store. Suddenly, everything John's lips touch turns to chocolate! Chocolate toothpaste and chocolate water fountains are great, but things get complicated when John can.


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A Guide for Using The Chocolate Touch in the Classroom by LORRAINE KUJAWA Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Guide for Using The Chocolate Touch in the Classroom Paperback – March 1, by Lorraine Teacher Created Resources Staff (Author) out of 5 stars 15 ratings/5(15).

TCR - A Guide for Using The Chocolate Touch in the Classroom, Length: 48 Pages, 3rd Grade - 5th Grade, This growing series presents an exciting approach Price: $ A Guide for Using the Chocolate Touch in the Classroom. Lorraine Kujawa.

Teacher Created Resources, - Education - 48 pages. 1 Review "Includes sample plans, author information, vocabulary-building ideas, and cross-curricular activites"--Publisher's web site.

Preview this book 5/5(1). In this zany twist on the legend of King Midas and his golden touch, a boy acquires a magical gift that turns everything his lips touch into chocolate.

Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this book. Using The Chocolate Touch by author Patrick Skene Catling, students will learn to track the theme by identifying clues and evidence as they read.

This meeting introduces a graphic organizer for students to use to track clues about the book's theme as they read. The Chocolate Touch Book Unit Created by Gay Miller Welcome to Book Units Teacher ~ I love teaching.

I especially love interactive notebooks, anchor charts, hands-on activities, great books, and making learning fun. Here is the place for me to share some of the things I love. ~~ Gay Miller. Test your knowledge of The Chocolate Touch with these whole book questions.

This worksheet has a mix of multiple choice, short answer, and matching questions. View PDF. The Chocolate Touch Wordsearch. Can you find the words hidden in this puzzle. Some of the words include chocolate, candy, John, toothpaste, Mrs.

Midas, and pencil. Lessons include classroom discussions, group and partner activities, in-class handouts, individual writing assignments, at least one homework assignment, class participation exercises and other ways to teach students about The Chocolate Touch in a classroom setting.

You can combine daily lessons or use the ideas within them to create your own. The Chocolate Touch By Patrick Skene Catling Name _____ Day 1 - Read chapterspages Writing/Blogging-John really loves to eat chocolate.

What is your favorite food. Why do you like it. How would you describe this food to a friend. Vocabulary - Review all of the words. The words will come up in. Answer key provided. 48 classroom-reproducible pages, softcover. Grades This Literature Unit Guide is designed to be used alongside the sold-separately The Chocolate Touch.

A Guide For Using The Chocolate Touch in the Classroom, Grades ()5/5(1). This book is about a boy name is John who love to eat chocolate. He got tired to eat chocolate because every thing he eat turn to day he was thirsty, he went to the water fountain he drink water it turn into he went to up stair to the water fountain he drink and it turn to chocolate and he went to the classroom.

A Guide for Using the Chocolate Touch in the Classroom: Lorraine Kujawa: Paperback: Teaching Methods & Materials - Language Arts bookBrand: Teacher Created Resources. Free The Chocolate Touch study unit worksheets for teachers to print. Comprehension by chapter, vocabulary challenges, creative reading response activities and projects, tests, and much more.

If your students are reading The Chocolate Touch by Patrick Skene Catling, then this novel study is an excellent tool to guide them through the book. It's complete with comprehension questions, vocabulary work, graphic organizers, and a writing prompt to go with each chapter.

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The Chocolate Touch is the perfect novel for doing just that. This book is rich with vocabulary and a story that almost all students can make connections with. I LOVE to incorporate themed ELA units with holidays. The Chocolate Touch is one novel that I will be using around Valentine's Day.

A Guide for Using The Chocolate Touch in the Classroom This growing series presents an exciting approach to teaching well known literature.

Each book includes sample plans, author information, vocabulary-building ideas, and cross-curricular activites. This is a novel study for The Chocolate Touch by Patrick Skene Catling. Includes printable and digital versions. 40 pages of student work, plus an answer key.

This novel study divides The Chocolate Touch into four sections for study. The chapters are grouped as follows: Chapter,Teach the importance of a healthy diet with this twist on the classic myth of King Midas. Predict whether John will be happy with his new chocolate touch ability.

Show creativity by drawing a picture of the large chocolate box John buys from the mysterious storekeeper. Write a successful book report with the help of a graphic organizer. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's.

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Out of all of the Teacher Created Resource guides I have 5/5(1). Then one day, John finds a strange coin on the sidewalk and uses it to buy a box of chocolate at a mysterious new candy ly, everything John's lips touch turns to chocolate.

Chocolate toothpaste and chocolate water fountains are great, but things get complicated when John can't play the trumpet or bob for apples. - A Guide For Using The Chocolate Touch in the Classroom, Grades Discover plenty of inspiration ideas to help teach the novel 'The Chocolate Touch'. This Teacher Created Resouces ' literature guide includes: sample.

Online family Christian book store. THE CHOCOLATE TOUCH Answer Key Lesson 1 1. John’s one bad fault is that he is a pig about eating candy. And Mrs. Midas want John to eat other foods besides candy so that he will be healthy.

John’s favorite kind of candy is chocolate. John was going to his friend Susan’s house when he turned the. A Guide for Using The Chocolate Touch in the Classroom Based on the novel written by Patrick Skene Catling Teacher Created Resources, Inc.

Industry Way Westminster, CA ISBN: © Teacher Created Resources, Inc. Reprinted, Made in U.S.A. 'The Chocolate Touch' is a book by Patrick Skene Catlin. It follows the tale of a boy named John who's cursed so that everything he puts into his mouth turns into chocolate.

In this lesson, we'll. Create a sculpture of one of the characters using clay or found materials. Book Review.

Write a review of the book as you would for an online blog, newspaper, or magazine. The Chocolate Touch: The Movie. Imagine that you are the director of a movie based on the novel. List the actors and actresses you would choose to play the major characters. Chocolate Book Units.

If you like to ability group students into different reading groups, Chocolate: The Chocolate Touch and Chocolate Fever Book Units Bundle will save you worlds of time. Both books share many of the same traits.

These humorous stories teach students what can happen when too much chocolate is eaten. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

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Write a review. Kendra rated it really liked it /5(9). - Explore Michele Allen's board "Chocolate Touch", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about The chocolate touch, Book study, Novel studies pins. The Chocolate Touch has remained a favorite for millions of kids, teachers, and parents for several generations.

It's an enjoyable story that pulls in even reluctant readers. This middle grade novel is an excellent choice for tween readers in grades 4 to 6, in the classroom or for homeschooling.4/5(21). Print some of these fun, free chocolate printables and worksheets to make yoru own chocolate theme perfect for Valentines Day in Febraury, National Chocolate Day on October 28th, learning about the Mayans ancient civilization, or with a childrens book like Charlie in the Chocolate Factory / Chocolate Touch.

For some writing activities with chocolate, we wrote a Five Senses Poem on chocolate using this lesson plan. What a great writing activity that was. What a great writing activity that was. My blogging friend, Jennifer, has a cute sensory poem templat e to use.

The Chocolate Touch: Chapters 1 - 2 Complete. Review 1. What did John find unusual about the man inside the store. Why didn't John make it to Susan's house. Is this book written from a first or third person point of view. Why did Mr. and Mrs. Midas take John to the doctor.

What did John find on his way to visit Susan. Nov 9, - Explore Amy M's board "The Chocolate Touch ", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about the chocolate touch, chocolate, chocolate touch activities pins. This video is intended for the elementary students at Griffith Public Schools.

This is the first chapter in the novel "The Chocolate Touch". Please read alon. The Chocolate Touch consists of lessons for guided reading. Written in chapter-by-chapter format, the guide contains a synopsis, pre-reading activities, vocabulary and comprehension exercises, as well as extension activities to be used as follow-up to the novel.

In a homogeneous classroom, whole class instruction with one title is appro-priate. On a two-week web quest students will be asked to examine the book, The Chocolate Touch on a deeper level. They will do research on King Midas and respond to the text critically.

In addition to learning more about how to look at a text, the students will have to understand how to correctly navigate a webpage using the back and forward buttons, clicking on links to receive needed information as.

The Chocolate Touch is a retelling of the myth of King Midas with some tweaks. The most important one, as the title suggests, is gold being replaced by chocolate. The book is a fun ride from beginning to end with bits of humor and emotion added in/5(K).

In tears, John explains his chocolate problem to his father. John tries to show his father the shop where he got the magic chocolate, but they only find an empty lot with a for sale sign on it. Mr. Midas takes John to see Dr. Cranium, who only believes the boy’s story after his medicine spoon turns to chocolate .The Chocolate Touch is a children's book by Patrick Skene Catling, first published in the US in John Midas is delighted when, through a magical gift, everything his lips touch turns into chocolate.

The story is patterned after the myth of King Midas, whose magic turned everything he touched into original illustrations were by Mildred Coughlin McNutt, but another edition in the.

This resource is directly related to its literature equivalent and filled with a variety of cross-curricular lessons to do before, during, and after reading the book. This reproducible book includes sample plans, author information, vocabulary building ideas, cross-curriculum activities, sectional activities and quizzes, unit tests, and ideas for culminating and extending the novel.