Free Number the Stars Worksheets and Literature Unit for.
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Parents need to know that Number the Stars, by Lois Lowry (), is a poignant read about the Nazi occupation of Denmark that won the Newbery Medal, the highest honor in children's literature, in 1990.Expect some tense moments between kids and Nazi soldiers, once on the street, other times in their homes, and another time a girl is alone in the country with soldiers who have two large dogs.
This is a complete and engaging novel study for the book Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. This print and go book study is great to use in your classroom when teaching across the curriculum during a World War II unit! Just added a DIGITAL Google Classroom update March 29, 2020! Download again to get y. Subjects: Reading, Other (Social Studies - History), Writing. Grades: 4 th, 5 th, 6 th, 7 th.
Number the Stars is historical fiction by Lois Lowry. It's about the escape of a Jewish family from Copenhagen, Denmark, during World War II. The story revolves around a 10-year-old Annemarie Johansen, who lives with her family in Copenhagen who is the eye witness of events related to the rescue and relocation of the Danish Jews. This quiz has been created to assess your knowledge about the.
Number the Stars Quotes Showing 1-30 of 78 “Ellen had said that her mother was afraid of the ocean, that it was too cold and too big. The sky was, too, thought Annemarie.
The book has been published in many countries now, translated into countless different languages from Hungarian to Hebrew. Everywhere children are still reading about the integrity that a small Scandinavian population showed almost seventy years ago. Books do change lives, I know; and many readers have told me that Number the Stars changed theirs when they were young, that it made them think.
Number the Stars also qualifies as historical fiction and war drama because, well, it's set in 1940s Denmark during the middle of World War II. But just because a book is set in a specific time period, we can't go ahead and call it historical fiction. What makes it fit that genre is that fictional people, like Annemarie, Ellen, and their families, experience events that nonfictionally happened.