This is a rather nifty 80+ page novel study for Abe Lincoln at Last. It is full of book-specific comprehension questions, activities, a printable mini-book, and vocabulary materials.
More specifically, this contains:
Chapter review pages: I try to include *at least* 1 inference and higher order thinking question along with recall information and mental image/description prompts.
Vocabulary recording pages: Along with suggestions on how to use the vocabulary activities.
Printable full-color vocabulary cards (with page numbers) for center activities.
Printable, illustrated sequencing page themed for the specific book events.
Separate "Jack's Notebook" activity pages for each Guidebook entry.
Mini-fact printable booklet for students to take home. There is also a suggested use page on how to best make use of this resource.
Each Chapter Review and Book Review Page has a duplicated "Answers" page with suggested answers typed in. Please note that I do not provide answers for open ended questions such as: subjective questions, questions that ask students to think, or require students to describe or draw.
Comparison (Venn Diagram) activities specific to this book are also included in addition to the generic ones in the bonus file.
BONUS: It also contains my Character and Story Analysis for ANY Magic Treehouse Book
I have listed here. These are generic character study and analysis pages, comparison activities, and universal chapter questions. It's a *wonderful* resource.
This Magic Tree House novel was written by Mary Pope Osborne.