Literary Analysis Activities

Reading activities guide your child through learning about letters, sight words, and more the fun way! Browse through our selection of reading activities to see how your child can learn to read through hopscotch, clothespin exercises, and cookie baking! Using these reading activities keeps your child interested through literacy exercises, keeping his engagement and attention while learning, practicing, and studying. Help your child learn to read with these reading activities.

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Be careful what you wish for... Centered around The Monkey's Paw, by W.W. Jacobs, this writing activity encourages your child to consider consequences.
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Help your teen analyze "To My Mother" by Edgar Allan Poe, and then experiment with his poetry skills to create a version of his own.
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Here's a review of simile, metaphor, and personification, and a fun, creative writing activity to make things like metaphor a piece of cake!
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Here's a game to help ensure that your teenager hits the important aspects of analyzing a piece of literature. A good grade is in the cards!
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Here's a fun way to learn about rhyme in songs and poetry, and to get your middle schooler writing some poetry of his own!
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Here's a fun game that will have your child hustling to find quotes to back up written assertions.
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Meant to be fun and inspiring, Oulipo N+7 challenges writers to create new writing, use language and enriches vocabulary, spelling and critical thinking.
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Invite your middle school writer to make this artistic trip diary, and practice narrative prose and analytical writing in the process!
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Here's an enjoyable at-home activity that gives your child step-by-step practice identifying the important parts of an article and organizing his ideas.
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Your middle schooler's favorite book is being made into a motion picture, and she's the chosen designer. Help her create a movie poster to entice viewers.
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In this activity, create a poem that emerges from the collaboration of parent and teen in the activity of observing, discussing, reading, and writing.
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Want to get your bookworm interested in science? Check out this cool activity that teaches kids how to write science fiction!
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Put your teenager in the director's chair by having her put a modern-day spin on Romeo and Juliet.
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Is your child an aspiring book critic? Whether it's a novel from Twilight or required school reading, this activity helps him learn a bit about his own mindset.
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Here's a fun way to get the whole family involved in helping your high schooler prepare to give a speech, while creating a family keepsake in the process!
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If your fifth grader has a voracious appetite for reading, she'll be surprised to see many books she has devoured. Show her how to make a "100 Books" chart!
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Teach your child the art of the status update with this cutting-edge take on the old-fashioned book report: the social media book review!
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Have your child make a giant red poppy out of tissue paper in remembrance of the brave soldiers who served, especially those who died serving their countries.
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Plan a family dinner based on the "Little House" books, and encourage reading in the household!
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Here's a quick look at the Hamlet, the classic Shakespearean tragedy, as well as useful SAT vocabulary to give your teen a leg up in English class and beyond.

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