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Woof! Teacher Guide

As an author and former classroom teacher, I enjoy creating teacher guides for many of my books. Followers here know about my comprehensive teacher guides for the wild animals in The Truth About series with the current topics of spidersowls, and frogs. (Click the links to view.) Each of those guides include 15-20 STEM/STEAM and ELA activities adaptable for various grade levels.

Previously, I shared the high-quality discussion guide Reycraft Books created for Meow! The Truth About Cats. And now, I'm thrilled to share the teacher guide for the book Woof! The Truth About Dogs. Librarians, teachers, and families can pair this guide with the DIY tug toy craft in the back of the book for a paw-some reading experience.
After downloading the discussion guide for Woof! The Truth About Dogs, don't forget the guide for Meow! The Truth About Cats. All of my books are available wherever books are sold. Ask for them by title and my name (Annette Whipple) at your local bookstore. They're also available online. Just a little FYI: The hardcovers include a full-size poster!

You'll also want to check out the owl teacher guidefrog teacher guide, and spider teacher guide, for the curious children in your life.

All of my guides are free for your personal or classroom use. No email needed (though I welcome new subscribers). Thank you for using my books in your classrooms, libraries, and homes! Look for new teacher guides in 2024 with the publication of Chomp! The Truth About Sharks and Flick! The Truth About Lizards.

I also want to remind you that many picture books are written with older kids in mind (including The Truth About series). And here's a blog post about how an 8th grade teacher uses picture books in her middle school classroom. 

And coming soon...a Cat vs. Dog Debate Guide! Subscribe so you don't miss it! (I typically share 1-2 blog posts here a month.)
Get them all! These are truly free. No email needed though if you want to see more like this, I hope you'll subscribe. The teacher guides have ELA and STEM 15-20 activities in them.

Don't have the books? Please ask your local library or bookstore to order them. You can also find online links to my books here. (You should also know that the teacher guides for the wild animals can be used without my books.)

Let me know what you think of these teacher guides. Better yet--tell a friend about them! Please explore this site for more information about the writing process (for educators and professional writers), author visits, my books, and more. My goal is always to serve teachers, readers, and writers while celebrating curiosity. 
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1 comment

  1. WOW!! Those discussion guides look AMAZING!! I'm no longer teaching, but I hope teachers take advantage of these. Great work.