Freckle Juice Novel Study Unit Distance Learning

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This novel study for Freckle Juice, by Judy Blume, contains 57 pages of resources, including comprehension and vocabulary by chapter, reading response activities, assessments, and more.

Focus standards include theme, character analysis, plot, opinion writing, and point of view.

No-prep, predictable, and extremely user-friendly, this literature guide is perfect for whole class, small group, or independent study. 

♥Perfect for distance learning. Students can access the digital version from home or school. Teachers and students can easily send this back and forth using Google Drive or Google Classroom! (The minimum that's needed is a free Google account.)

♥Excellent for school OR homeschool. No-prep and so easy for teachers, parents, and students to follow!

♥Eye-catching digital version contains full-color, interactive adaptations of all resources.

♥You're free to use the paper OR digital version; BOTH are included with your purchase!


1) Chapter Packet

•Each section covers 3 chapters and contains the following 5 parts.

Quickwrite: Warms up student brains before reading with freewriting.

1 set of True/False, Sequencing, and/or Multiple Choice questions.

Comprehension and Analysis: 4 short answer questions.

Vocabulary: Practice with 6 new words for each section of reading.

Beyond: Creative activity that might include art, brainstorming, or writing.

2) 10 Reading Response Activities

•Partner Up: Questions and Answers

•Themes and Lessons

•Comic Strip

•Character Traits

•Instagram Feed

•Solve the Riddle

•Reading Strategy: Preview Walk

•Freckle Juice Ad

•My Book Review: Freckle Juice

•How to Get Freckles

3) Vocabulary Focus
•Final Vocabulary Review
•Practice with definitions, synonyms, antonyms, context clues
•Vocabulary Lists that come with and without definitions
•6 challenge words chosen for you from every 3 chapters for a total of 12 words
•Vocabulary Word Wall cards in full color
•Vocabulary Flashcards in b/w 

4) Culminating Project Options
•9 creative project choices for students to complete after they finish the book

5) Final Assessment
•Test comprehension and vocabulary after completing the novel
•Variety of question types

6) Student Bookmarks
•Serve as reference tools
•Highlight plot, setting, characters
•Attractive art

7) Easy planning and Low Prep
•Unit Map lays it all out for you
•Table of Contents for easy navigation
•Common Core Codes included for all activities
•Student Packet Covers
•All Answer Keys

8) Instructions for digital Google Drive Version

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→Please note that MANY resources are included in this study. This is so that teachers may pick and choose what they want to use, since no two classrooms are alike. This is also so that teachers may differentiate for different groups within their classrooms. If you do not wish to purchase the entire big unit with everything included, please check out some of the links below for smaller portions of this complete novel study.


NOTE: For the digital version, you will need Internet access and a free Google account, OR Google Classroom. It will work on computers or iPads. (To use it on an iPad without Google Classroom, simply have your students download the Google Slides app, available for free on iTunes.) Then, upon purchasing, you will find a PDF that contains a secret link to the digital file, along with explicit, easy-to-follow instructions that will get you started in minutes! Students will be highly engaged and freshly invigorated as they type, draw, and diagram directly into the file on their computers or tablets. They can easily share their work with you as they go, all without the hassle of paper, pencil, and copies.


This complete novel study is the BEST VALUE for you! However, if you do not need the entire novel study and are only interested in individual components out of it, click on the following links.

Freckle Juice: Comprehension and Vocabulary by chapter

Freckle Juice: Reading Response Activities and Projects

Freckle Juice: Tests, Quizzes, Assessments

*All of my Freckle Juice resources include digital versions.

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Jennifer Hester

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Total Pages
57 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grade 6 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.
Use context (e.g., cause/effect relationships and comparisons in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
Use context (e.g., definitions, examples, or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
Use sentence-level context as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.


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