Pivotal Kids' Books

 

 

 

 

Pivotal Package - Fiction Activities

 

 
 

 

   
 
 

 

   
 
 

 

   
 
 

 

   
 
 

 

   
 
 

 

   
   

 

 

 

 

Fiction Activities  Lemony Snicket

 

Lemony Snicket is the pen name of American novelist Daniel Handler. Snicket is the author of several children's books, serving as the narrator of A Series of Unfortunate Events (his best-known work) and appearing as a character within the series.

 

Even reluctant readers find all of the books fun to read. They are told with such an offbeat sense of humour. It is full of irony, intelligent silliness and a Goth-like humour. Snicket's writing has often been compared to Roald Dahl, Oscar Wilde, Charles Dickens, and Edward Gorey.

 

The stories are mysterious, but they are soothing in that the plot is predictable, the writing is informal and the characters are very simple.  It is reassuring reading a book that sets out with the explicit warning that it will be a “disturbing tale,” all the while knowing - because the plot structure tells you so - that things will (in the end) work out okay.

 

Lemony Snicket has very cleverly titled his books using alliteration: The Bad Beginning, The Reptile Room (Book the Second), The Wide Window (Book the Third), The Miserable Mill (Book the Fourth).  And yes there are more books on the way.

 

There is a wonderful use of language, especially when Snicket introduces new words and explains what they mean.

 

The books are a pleasure to read aloud and the illustrations are endearing.

 

Incorporate the books into your classroom curriculum with these discussion questions, vocabulary activities, writing activities, character studies, and cross-curricular activities to supplement and enhance your teaching. 

 

 

 

 

Fiction Activities for Lemony Snicket

 

... included in this package are links to:

 

 

 

 

4 Word searches

5 sets of Discussion questions

22 Tests and quizzes

2 Teacher Guides

3 Literature Circle Units

3  Literature Guides

2 Study Guides

1 Lesson plan

4 Book Talks

7 Character activities

1 Punctuation activity

5 Writing activities

2 Letter Writing activities

1 Book Review guidelines

1 Critical Thinking activity

Anagrams

Reading

Vocabulary

 

 

 

 

Yes they are all free, and yes you can probably find them for yourself.  It took me hours of work, however, to find all of these (There are more than 60).  Originally there were double that many, but some were simply repeats, some were websites that my virus protection blocked, some were just too trivial to use, and some involved paid subscriptions. 

 

So if you are prepared to spend that amount of time by all means search for yourself ... or you can pay just $7.00 right now and that tedious search work is done for you.  Your time is more valuable than that.  Just click the buy now button which will take you to secure payment, and you will have the bulk of the research done for you.

 

(And, of course, if you are not satisfied with the links, you can ask for a refund.)

 

Pay just $7.00 now and you will have the basics to be adapted for your lessons and for your classroom.

 

 

 

60+ links

to Fiction Activities

for Lemony Snicket

 

... just $7.00

 

 

 

 


For any queries, contact: bronwyn@consultpivotal.com