Novel Ideas: Magic Tree House #31 & #32 - Two Complete Novel Studies

Novel Ideas: Magic Tree House #31 & #32 - Two Complete Novel Studies
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Book Thirty-One Synopsis: Jack and his sister Annie haven't seen the tree house since last Halloween. They were sitting on their porch enjoying the first day of summer when a sea gull catches their attention. This is where their next mission for Merlin begins. With the help of their newest friend, Teddy, Jack and Annie begin another mission for Merlin, the great magician. This time they are to find Excalibur, King Arthur's great sword that has been taken from the Lady of the Lake. What will this adventure have in store for them this time? Read on and find out.

Book Thirty-Two Synopsis: It is the winter solstice, the first day of winter and Jack and Annie wondered if Merlin would need them like he did on the summer solstice. They venture off to the tree house and discover footprints leading up to it. Who else knows about the tree house? Who else might know its secret magic? What will this adventure have in store for them this time? Read on and find out.

This print and use workbook series is a child-directed novel study. There is no teacher or parental prep time required. The novel study series approaches three keys to success for young readers.

The first key is learning and understanding the use of new vocabulary. Children will practice writing, spelling, and using new words that are used in the novel.

The second key is reading comprehension. Young readers concentrate so hard on reading the new words that they often forget what the story is actually about. The questions in the novel studies will ensure that the student will return to the story to pull out information from the plot. This provides the opportunity for the child to remember the joy of reading a good story.

The third key is writing. The provided writing tasks apply the concepts learned through the first two types of activities. The learner will use the new vocabulary words and respond to questions about the story in complete thoughts. In the last writing piece, students are asks to complete a creative writing activity that relates to the story's themes.

This easy to use guide will ensure that the young reader attains the three key elements to becoming a successful reader and writer. It will also engage the reader in the learning process and provide creative opportunities to apply their new knowledge.

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