Remembering Mrs. Rossi Teacher's Guide

Remembering Mrs. Rossi Teacher's Guide
Deepen students' understanding of life, love, loss, and grief through the resources and activities in this printable teacher's guide to Remembering Mrs. Rossi. This literature guide includes a dictionary activity, open-response questions, writing assignments, teacher appreciation activities, and curriculum connections for art, math, and social studies.

Grade Levels: 3 - 7

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Remembering Mrs. Rossi
Amy Hest

When Mrs. Rossi died suddenly, she left not only Annie but also a classfull of students -- who pour out their hearts in a scrapbook Annie will treasure forever. With tenderness and humor, Amy Hest reveals the struggles of a father and daughter as they forge a new life together.
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