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This resource has a page for each chapter of the novel!
Each page is carefully laid out with comprehension questions from the chapter as well as an activity at the bottom of the page. I have included a detailed answer key also.
*This packet can be used for upper grades. The questioning delves further into the character's motivations and feelings. For example: What does Uncle represent? He represents jealousy. It is the first time that Wilbur is meeting another pig, up until this point he has been raised by a girl and a spider. He compares himself to Uncle and so do the rest of the humans, except for Mr. Zuckerman. He believes in his famous pig and begins to see that Wilbur is terrific, radiant and humble because of the suggestion from Charlotte. It is true, "People almost always believe what they see in print."
Standards Assessed in this Novel Study:
-5 W Questions
-Similes and Personification
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