Nate the Great Goes Down in the Dumps is a great mystery for first and second graders.
Summary: When Rosamond looks into her crystal ball to read Nate the Great’s future, she sees a new case for him to solve. Her money box is missing and she wants him to find it. Nate’s search for clues takes him all over town, from the supermarket to the town dump. He talks to Claude, who helped Rosamond set up her crystal ball and to Finley, who collects boxes for his rat, but it is at the dump, that Nate, with Sludge’s help, finally figures out the mystery.
The text has been broken down into three reading sections. Within each section there are 3 comprehension questions to answer and 3 vocabulary words. You can choose whether you want students to write the definitions or if you want your students to match the vocabulary words to their definitions. Answer Keys are included.
Pg. 1 Cover
Pg. 2 Table of Contents
Pg. 3 Book Summary & Common Core Alignment
Pg. 4 Reading Response Journal Cover
Pg. 5 Character Bubble Map
Pg. 6-8 Comprehension Questions & Vocabulary (students write the definitions)
Pg. 9-11 Comprehension Questions & Vocabulary (students match definitions)
Pg. 12 Sequence of Events
Pg. 13 Story Summary
Pg. 14 Story Snapshots
Pg. 15 True or False Statements
Pg. 16 Word Search
Pg. 17 Mystery Message
Pg. 18-27 Answer Keys
Pg. 28 Credits
This book companion is also part of the Nate the Great Bundle.
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