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Beverly Cleary's Socks Comprehension Activities

Beverly Cleary's Socks Comprehension Activities
Beverly Cleary's Socks Comprehension Activities
Beverly Cleary's Socks Comprehension Activities
Beverly Cleary's Socks Comprehension Activities
Beverly Cleary's Socks Comprehension Activities
Beverly Cleary's Socks Comprehension Activities
Beverly Cleary's Socks Comprehension Activities
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Here's are some great comprehension activities for the chapter book "Socks" by Beverly Cleary.

Non-Fiction Extension: Cat Research
Before, during, or after novel study students can use informational books to research cats.

Chapter 1: The Kitten Sale
After reading pages 11-25, students can write from the point of view of the three rowdy children to summarize the part of the story where Debbie tries to hide Socks and George drops him down the mailbox chute.
After finishing chapter 1, students can sequence the story events from chapter 1.

Chapter 2: The Brickers’ Other Pet
After reading page 44, students can compare and contrast Socks’ owners.
After finishing chapter 2, students can write from the point of view of Mr. or Mrs. Bricker to describe the day they first brought Charles Williams home.

Chapter 3: Socks and the Formula
While reading chapter 3, students can complete the character motivation table.
After reading chapter 3, students can compare and contrast life before and after Charles Williams.

Chapter 4: The Evening the Sitter Came
After finishing page 86, students can write from the point of view of Tiffy to tell about Sock’s visit.
After finishing chapter 4, students can sequence the story events from chapter 4.

Chapter 5: A Visit From Nana
While reading chapter 5, students can complete the character motivation table.
After reading chapter 5, students can compare and contrast Nana and Mrs. Risley.

Chapter 6: Old Taylor
After reading page 133, students can compare and contrast Socks and Old Taylor.
After finishing chapter 6, students can write from the point of view of Mr. or Mrs. Bricker to describe the day Charles Williams said “Ticky”.

Chapter 7: Socks and Charles William
During or after reading chapter 7 students answer the questions related to character motivation.
After reading chapter 7, students complete the t-chart to contrast Socks’ feelings about Charles Williams at the beginning versus the end of the story.

Review Activity:
Students read the task cards and determine if the statement is a fact or an opinion.

Keywords: Socks; Socks by Beverly Cleary
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42 pages
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