MY CHIMP FRIDAY! by Hester Mundis
A knock on the door at 2 a.m. begins the mystery that leads Rachel, her family, and her friends on a wild adventure! A mysterious scientist delivers a top secret baby chimp to Rachel's family. "For only about a week," explains the scientist who makes a quick departure. Learning to deal with this exceptionally intelligent chimp and keeping it a secret at the same time requires careful planning. When the scientist doesn't show up to reclaim his ape after a week, the Stelson family has a new problem: what to do with a top secret baby chimp!
Animal antics, genetic engineering, inventions, endangered species, and murder produce an incredibly exciting mix in this humorous story about family, friendship, science projects, and making tough decisions.
The activities for My Chimp Friday were created by Suzy Red and come to you in both PowerPoint and PDF formats! The Activities include:
DNA and Generic Engineering Research,
Make a Baby--A Genetic Experiment,
The Mystery: Questions and Hypotheses,
Making Connections: Predict/Read/Confirm Chapter Questions,
Mr. DeFina’s Enriched Vocabulary,
Book to Play,
The Ballad of Friday,
Multiple Choice Comprehension Activities.
My Plans for Genetic Engineering, Writing Prompts
REGULAR GUY! by Sarah Weeks
Guy’s parents are embarrassingly different from him! How could he possibly be their son? Guy begins to believe that he was “switched at birth” at the hospital, so he and his friend, Buddy, set out to prove it. The hysterical events that follow might even remind you of your own life!*
The Kids Wings Activities for Regular Guy were written by master teacher Suzy Red and comes to you in both PDF and "reclaimed" PowerPoint for easy projection and printing. The Activities include:
ame that Chapter
Emotions Crossword Puzzle
Options and Consequences
Cause and Effect
Judging from Genetics
Make a Baby
Illustrating the Story
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