So you have learned the incredible story of how pigeons were used to help stop World War 2! Now, it’s time to review what you have learned.
Learning to identify where and when a story takes place is critical to successful comprehension. Knowing the setting provides the context needed to understand the story’s events. Once we know the story’s setting, we can then identify the story’s conflict and how it was resolved.
Download the worksheet below to help your students practice identifying the key details of a story. We encourage you to pair this activity with our lesson “How the Pigeon Stopped the War.”