Horrible Harry and the Drop of Doom is written for second and third grade students.
Book Summary: It's the last day of second grade, and Song Lee's having a party at the amusement park to celebrate. Harry can't wait to go on all the rides, except for one--THE DROP OF DOOM. Will Harry face his fear, or will he have to put up with Sidney's teasing all through third grade?
This file contains comprehension questions for each chapter of the book. There is room for students to write their answers right on the page. You may choose the lined or unlined options to best suit the needs of your students. Don’t worry – answer keys are included!
You will also find the following pages in this file:
• Book Summary with Common Core Alignment
• Reading Journal Cover
• Pause and Predict
• What a Character (web)
• What a Character (traits and evidence)
• Let’s Connect (making connections)
• Cover Creator
• Story Summary
• Story Retell
• Snapshots of the Most Memorable Parts
• Word Search
• Sequence of Events
• Book Quiz (multiple choice and short answer)
This book companion is also part of a larger Horrible Harry Bundle.
Common Core Alignment:
RL.2.1 - Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
RL.3.1 - Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
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