I created these worksheets for my 4th grade students to do for homework. They read one chapter and then complete the worksheet to go with the chapter. Because they are completing them at home, the questions are fairly basic and the prompts give them help to find the information.
There are questions that point to figurative language (similes, metaphors, alliteration, personification), and questions that help with visualization. There are questions about predicting, characterization, and story setting.
I have included pages with the answer keys so that you don't have to wonder "What in the world kind of answer is this lady looking for?" I hope this resource helps someone else when assigning this book to their students.
This paid resource contains:
1. PDF file of comprehension questions for chapters 1-18 (one worksheet page per chapter) with answer key.
2. DOCX file so you can edit any questions.
3. "I Have, Who Has?" game in PDF of the book's vocabulary (up to 30 students can play. Double up if you have fewer than 30 students.)
4. End of book assessment (multiple choice, vocabulary fill-in-the-blank, and short answer format. 1 page front/back)
If you would like to try out the sample first, the free version contains worksheets for chapters 1-5.
Link to free version: