I am so excited to have A Baby Sister for Frances unit in addition to my Bread and Jam for Frances unit. When I was young, I had a recording of the story being read. I listened to it so many times, the record no longer worked. I can still remember the exact tunes to the songs Frances sings in the story. Now, as a parent, Frances' name comes up regularly at home. In this unit study, you will find comprehension questions (inferential and concrete), vocabulary studies, character studies, summary activities, dialog analysis, a narrative writing, and an expository writing piece.This unit study can be used for guided reading, independent reading, or literature circles (I have used portions for homework as well). A Baby Sister for Frances has a lexile level of 420 and is a Fountas and Pinnell level J/K. This unit study satisfies RL.1 and 2 CCSS and W.1 and 2 CCSS. I have used this unit with success from gifted grade one through grade four (for students reading with extra support). It is a versatile unit, as the stories are funny and appealing to children of all ages (my high school readers have been known to beg for Frances read-alouds).