Animal Farm Worksheets

Animal Farm Chapter 1 Worksheet:  review questions on chapter one of Animal Farm.  Students are asked to summarize Old Major’s dream, the rules of Animalism and more.
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Animal Farm Chapter 3 Worksheet: review questions on chapter three of Animal Farm.  Students compare and contrast major characters and describe characters’ attitude.
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Animal Farm Chapter 6 Worksheet – review and comprehension questions on chapter 6 of Animal Farm.  Students identify ways the farm has changed since Napoleon took power.
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Animal Farm Chapter 7 Worksheet – Review questions on chapter seven of Animal Farm.  Students consider how winter has affected the farm, how Snowball has been demonized, and more.
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Animal Farm Chapter 8 Mini Project – Students create a ten question worksheet reviewing chapter 8 of Animal Farm.
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  1. Ms. Spencer

     /  October 11, 2023

    I needed something else to start with. Thank you for being accessible!

  2. Andrea

     /  March 28, 2023

    Thank you for the resources!

  3. Kelly Morgan

     /  September 28, 2020

    Extremely helpful, thank you so much! I had made a whole load of Animal Farm resources at a previous school, but got taken ill suddenly and left them all there, never to return. Found myself unexpectedly asked to teach Animal Farm this morning out of the blue and here you were to help! Most appreciative!

  4. Brian J Christiana

     /  September 5, 2019

    Thank you so much!!! 1st year teacher, and this resource has been so valuable to me! I appreciate your work!

  5. Harried

     /  August 29, 2018

    Very good worksheets. The website is great. We don’t have any books and your website is helping a lot. Very much appreciated.

  6. Tracy Jiang

     /  April 22, 2015

    Thanks a lot. Although I havn’t used it yet, based on the feedback of other users, I believe it will help me and my Chinese students a lot. Thank you again

  7. Sue Lewis

     /  November 7, 2014

    Thank You!!! This is the first year I am teaching this. I have to adapt all my material for my special education students, and this gives me a starting point.

  8. cameron swallow

     /  October 20, 2014

    I spend most of my time and creative energy on my English II classes, so it is a wonderful relief to find good-quality materials for my English I. Thank you for these worksheets–they make me feel better about the time I just can’t give to my single class of freshmen.

  9. Alejandra

     /  October 5, 2014

    Absolutely great help…..We do welcome these worksheets…!! us tired teachers!! Our profession turns us into “Boxer-like” characters… so finding these was like touching the sky…!! Thank you sooo much!!

    • I love the way that you put that. One day I hope to finish these reading units. In the mean time, thank you for appreciating what I have.

  10. Lucy

     /  April 1, 2014

    Thank you! These sheets are great 🙂

  11. Mamta

     /  June 8, 2013

    Thanks for the worksheets!

  12. Lewis

     /  November 5, 2012

    You are a life saver. First year teaching this novella. Any ideas on how to contrast the Russian revolution to this allegory would be welcomed. Thanks so much for worksheets. You are my hero!

    • Oh I wish. I love this novel so much but I haven’t taught it in years. Practically burned the photocopy machine out last time we tried reading it… I’d do a wild act of hyperbole for a classroom set of this text.

    • Jigsaw research presentations covering major figures: Marx, Stalin, Trotsky, etc. Tie in with writing or discussion about symbolism. Best wishes!

  13. Jessica

     /  September 11, 2012

    Awesome worksheets! Thank you so much.

  14. lilypant

     /  August 22, 2012

    Excellent resource for teachers.

  15. Robin Trimmer

     /  June 7, 2012

    Thanks so much for these worksheets. I have my soon-to-be freshman reading over the summer break. I read Animal Farm all so many years ago when I was in 8th grade.

  16. Ulung Gulung

     /  May 19, 2012

    I used the worksheets with my student today. Those helped us a lot. I express my sincere gratitude on behalf of my student and myself to you.

  17. Teacher4Kidz

     /  March 15, 2012

    Do you by chance have the worksheets made for the other chapters, yet? The ones you posted worked wonderfully!

    • I wish. I fell of the ball on that and I haven’t taught the novel since 2008. Now I don’t have a class set anymore, but I’ve been bugging my principal. Anyway, sorry I can’t help more at this time. Maybe try to give them a project?

  18. Kay Kramer

     /  June 13, 2011

    These are wonderful, do you not have one for every chapter?

    • Mr. Morton

       /  June 18, 2011

      Not yet. I’ll get some made next time around. Thanks for visiting.


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