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Horrible Harry Goes to the Moon is written for second and third grade students. This book companion contains comprehension questions for each chapter of the book. You'll also find a sequence of events page, a word search, and a book quiz that includes a combination of multiple choice and short answer questions. There are several character charts and graphic organizers to help guide your students through this book.
Book Summary: When Harry finds an ad in the paper for a used telescope, Miss Mackle suggests that the class raise money to buy it. The telescope will make their moon study unit even more exciting! Once they get the telescope, the class can have a nighttime moonwatch. But Harry wants to do more than watch the moon - he wants to go there! Can Harry really take a trip into outer space?
Pg. 1 Cover
Pg. 2 Table of Contents
Pg. 3 Book Summary and Common Core Alignment
Pg. 4 Reading Response Journal Cover
Pg. 5-9 Comprehension Questions (without lines)
Pg. 10-14 Comprehension Questions (with lines)
Pg. 15 Sequence of Events
Pg. 16 Word Search
Pg. 17-18 Book Quiz
Pg. 19 Pause and Predict
Pg. 20-25 Character Graphic Organizers
Pg. 26 Vocabulary Graphic Organizer
Pg. 27 Making Connections
Pg. 28 Visualizing
Pg. 29 Story Retell
Pg. 30 Story Summary
Pg. 31 Story Snapshots
Pg. 32 Cover Creator
Pg. 33-41 Answer Keys
Pg. 42-56 Color Copies
Pg. 57 Credits
This book companion is also part of a larger Horrible Harry Bundle.
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