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Charles M. Schulz and Peanuts Fun Facts

Did you know that Charles Schulz drew more than 17 thousand comic strips throughout his career?

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Teaching with Peanuts

Woodstock: Master of Disguise

Grade Levels: 3-5

Cuirriculum Connections: Language Arts—Narrative Writing, Transition Words and Phrases

Overview: Students learn about transition words and phrases using comics from Woodstock: Master of Disguise. Students then brainstorm and categorize transition words and phrases and work in groups to practice using transitions. Finally, students write a narrative paragraph describing a comic from the book using strong, creative transition words and phrases.

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Charlie Brown and Friends: A Peanuts Collection

Grade Levels: 3-7

Cuirriculum Connections: English Language Arts

Thematic Connections: Friendship, Humor, Sports, Competition, Siblings, Feelings, School

Overview: Charles Schulz’s Peanuts is one of the most timeless and beloved comic strips ever. This collection showcases Charlie Brown and his relationships with his friends. The interactions of the Peanuts gang resonate with kids, whether it’s the curious relationship between a bird, Woodstock, and a dog, Snoopy; the never-ending crush that Peppermint Patty has on Charlie Brown; or the infuriating inevitability of Lucy snatching the football away before Charlie Brown can kick it.

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Snoopy: Cowabunga!

Grade Levels: 3-7

Cuirriculum Connections: English Language Arts

Thematic Connections: Imagination, Friendship, Animals, Humor, Sports

Overview: Life is one big adventure for Snoopy. The cleverest canine to ever lounge about the funny pages is riding a wave into some charmingly humorous misadventures. Charlie Brown’s beloved pooch struggles to master sports intended for humans, ventures into the woods to prove his worth as a Beagle Scout, and pals around with his feathered friend Woodstock, spreading merriment along the way.

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Snoopy: Party Animal Teacher's Guide

Grade Levels: 3-5

Cuirriculum Connections: Language Arts

Overview: As students read Snoopy: Party Animal, they identify and analyze cartoon symbols and sound effects. Students then create their own cartoon symbols and sound effects and explain their meanings. Using what they have learned, students create a four-panel comic containing original cartoon symbols and sound effects.

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