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Conflict Definitions


Conflict (PDF) -- the four major types in a chart with visuals, definitions, and examples


Conflict -- found at Stone Writing Center at Del Mar College


Conflict -- found at Mrs. Dowling's Literature Terms


Conflict Lessons and Activities


Using Picture Books to Teach Plot Development and Conflict Resolution -- found at Read*Write*Think


Conflict Dissection Chart -- found at Greece Central  School District


Picture Books That Are Great for Teaching Conflict

bulletThe Great Kapok Tree
bulletby Lynne Cherry
bulletEl Gran Capoquero/The Great Kapok Tree
bulletby Lynne Cherry
bulletHattie and the Wild Waves
bulletby Barbara Cooney
bulletThe Knight and the Dragon
bulletby Tomie dePaola
bulletAunt Isabel Makes Trouble
bulletby Kate Duke
bulletThe Boy Who Held Back the Sea
bulletby Lenny Hort
bulletI Wish I Were a Butterfly
bulletby James Howe
bulletIsland of the Skog
bulletby Steven  Kellogg
bulletThe Story of Ferdinand
bulletby Munro Leaf
bulletEl Cuento de Ferdinand/The Story of Ferdinand
bulletby Munro Leaf
bulletIt's Mine!
bulletby Leo Lionni
bulletAnnie and the Old One
bulletby Miska Miles
bulletKing of the Playground
bulletby Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
bulletThe Lily Cupboard
bulletby Shulamith Levey Oppenheim
bulletChicken Sunday
bulletby Patricia Polacco
bulletEl Pollo De Los Domingos/Chicken Sunday
bulletby Patricia Polacco
bulletGrandfather's Journey
bulletby Allen Say
bulletThe Butter Battle Book
bulletby Dr. Suess
bulletThe Bracelet
bulletby Yoshiko Uchida
bulletCat and Rat
bulletby Ed Young



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