“Would He Really Finish That Challenge?!”
by Traci Swain
Watch this Scholastic Book Clubs–exclusive teacher review to learn how one fourth grade teacher uses How to Eat Fried Worms by Thomas Rockwell to attract the attention of reluctant readers and practice inferencing skills.
That’s what the students in Krista Gedney’s fourth grade class at George M. Davis Elementary in New Rochelle, New York, said when she introduced them to their next book: How to Eat Fried Worms. But their disgust soon turned to intrigue and laughter as they dove into the story.
Watch Krista’s exclusive teacher review to see how she uses this kid-favorite classic to hook reluctant readers, work on debating and inferencing skills, and practice connecting stories to real life.
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