The Phantom Tollbooth is a delightful novel rich with word plays and lessons. Many students could get lost in the translation but it is such a powerful book that it needs to have it's place on the classroom shelf! This is a 6.7 grade level book but I made this study packet to help my 5th graders make it through and most passed the test with 100! They learned many valuable lessons along the way and enjoyed a book they otherwise would not have experienced on their own.
What you receive in this study guide:
* Blank review printables for visual story time line, chapter summaries, characters, settings, and lessons
* Filled in story time line, chapter summaries, characters, setting, and lessons for your use to help guide you through the book.
* A test for students to take at the end.
* 11 graphic organizers and activities such a math, social studies, and reading skills
***** I'm sure your students will come up with a variety of wonderful lessons and discoveries, so please use the provided filled-in guideline as an example. Feel free to explore and create and change what you need.
I hope you enjoy and learn a great deal from this fascinating book!
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Thank you so much for including answer keys and your samples of each of the worksheets. I especially love the extension activities! I would have liked the characters/chapter numbers to be on the papers for the kids though....I think I'll probably add them in for them. Thanks so much - will be teaching this book starting next week and these are super helpful and clear!
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I just bought your product but a few of the files in the zip don't open. Is there a chance you have a pdf file that is a single file that contains it all?
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This is my 7th year teaching the 5th grade. I have been lucky enough to work in the most amazing campus. I teach reading in a departmentalized campus in the upper elementary grades and I am enjoying it! Reading is a passion of mine!