These Comprehension Literacy Activities were created to accompany Paulette Bourgeois' book, Franklin's Halloween, suitable for primary students. Lots of choices of activities to follow up with after reading the book allow you to select suitable worksheets based on the individual needs of your students.
Included are opportunities for children to:
Answer content questions (more difficult)
Match questions to answers with lines (easier)
Draw a picture
Answer higher level thinking questions
Sequence the events in order (cut and paste)
Identify different parts of the story
Sort costumes (scary and not scary)
Distinguish between fact and opinion
Describe Franklin's appearance, character and feelings
These activities are easily laid out for you to use either in centres or as individually assigned activities.