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Literature: "Walk Two Moons" by Sharon Creech

These websites are about the book “Walk Two Moons” by Sharon Creech. There are discussion questions, lesson plans, games, quizzes, and more. Includes information with dealing with grief and death. There are links to eTheme resources on graphic organizers and Native American culture.


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This page on Sharon Creech's website is devoted to the book "Walk Two Moons." There are links to an excerpt and an audio excerpt of the book. Explore the rest of the website to learn more about Creech and her other books.
Here are several fun activities for the book.
Here are three activities to go along with the book.
Here are discussion questions for the book. NOTE: The questions contain spoilers, so make sure you read the book before clicking on the link.
This website includes a review of the book, discussion questions, and activities for the book. NOTE: The website includes ads.
This concentration game uses vocabulary words from the book.
This 38 page PDF file is an extensive study guide for the book. Includes a character list, themes, activities, and more.
This three page PDF file includes discussion questions and questions that author Sharon Creech has been asked about the book.
Here are two activities that you can work on while reading the book.
This website contains a map of Idaho. Find Lewiston, Idaho on the map.
Put Euclid, OH as the starting address and Lewiston, ID as the destination address to see a road map of how to travel between these two cities. You could also use this website to map the directions between any of the places that Sal traveled during the book.
Here is a short definition of soul searching. NOTE: The website contains pop-up and banner ads.
This website is about how to deal with your grief when someone close to you dies.
These sites have printable and interactive graphic organizers to be used in the classroom. Includes KWL charts, webs, clusters, timelines, outlines, fish diagrams, story maps, comparing charts, cause and effect charts, and more. Some sites explain how and why to use graphic organizers in the classroom.
Learn more about the cultures of various Native American tribes. Some sites emphasize that these are "live" cultures because there are more than a million American Indians living today. Watch videos of a powwow, read biographies of famous Native Americans, and view paintings and photographs. Includes population statistics on the largest tribes and information about the controversy over the use of Native Americans as school mascots.

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