Ready, Freddy! Thanksgiving Turkey Trouble is about a 2nd grade reading level.
Summary: It's a Thanksgiving disaster for Freddy Thresher! When Freddy's first-grade class begins planning the annual Thanksgiving play, everyone will have a role. Freddy's friends are all happy to be Pilgrims and Indians, but there is one part that nobody wants to be -- the turkey! Freddy hopes he won't get the part, but — you guessed it — he gets the unlucky role. Now Freddy has to find a way to play the turkey while everyone is laughing at him.
This file contains vocabulary and comprehension questions for the book. There is room for students to write their answers right onto the page (options with lines and without lines). Answer keys for vocabulary practice, comprehension questions, and the word search have been included.
Pg. 1 Cover
Pg. 2 Book Summary
Pg. 3 Reading Response Journal Cover
Pg. 4 Pause and Predict
Pg. 5 What a Character
Pg. 6-21 Comprehension Questions
Pg. 22-24 Vocabulary
Pg. 25 Word Search
Pg. 26 Looking Back
Pg. 27 Story Summary
Pg. 28 Cover Creator
Pg. 29-38 Answer Keys
Pg. 39 Credits
NOTE: This book is part of the Ready, Freddy! Bundle
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