• Views 277
  • Favorites

Database Provider




K, 1st, 2nd


English Language Arts


15 minutes

Regional Focus



Google Slides


This lesson plan is licensed under Creative Commons.

Creative Commons License

Response to Reading Fiction Printable

Created By Teacher:
Last Updated:
May 23, 2024
Ask a Question


In this activity, students record their thoughts and feelings after reading or listening to a climate-related text. Students also identify the characters and setting in the book.
Accompanying Teaching Materials
Teaching Tips
  • Three levels have been provided. Choose the version that best meets the needs of your students.
  • Students should be encouraged to use drawing and/or writing to complete the responses.
  • Response to Reading pages can be completed in small groups or independently.
  • Response to Reading pages are a great addition to any library or listening center.
Scientist Notes

Through the use of this activity, students are guided in reading fictional texts about climate change and responding to them by pointing out any gaps, lessons gained, and necessary fixes to increase climate resilience. Every supplementary resource included in the activity guide has been thoroughly reviewed and approved by our scientific review team.


This resource addresses the listed standards. To fully meet standards, search for more related resources.

Supporting Standards

  • English Language Arts
    • Reading: Literature (K-12)
      • RL.IT.K.3 With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story.
      • RL.IT.1.3 Describe characters, settings, and major event(s) in a story, using key details.
      • RL.IT.2.3 Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges using key details within a text.

Note On Standards:

This lesson is aligned to SubjectToClimate standards. Review the aligned standards directly in the lesson plan document and teacher slideshow.

Discover more on SubjectToClimate.
Related Resources


Login to leave a review