School Days According to Humphrey by Betty G. Birney is about a 3rd or 4th grade reading level. The story is told from the perspective of a class hamster.
Summary: Humphrey is excited to get back to Room 26 and see all of his old classmates. But on the first day of school, a bunch of strange kids arrive, and no matter how loudly he squeaks up, they don't realize they're in the wrong room! Once Humphrey gets over the shock of being with a whole new group of students, he gets busy learning all about them and their problems. There's Rolling-Rosie, who can pop wheelies with her wheelchair; Tall-Paul and Small-Paul, who don't like to hear about their height; Hurry-Up-Harry, who loses track of time; and more. He hasn't forgotten about his friends from last year, and of course they miss him a ton. But when they start talking about taking him from Mrs. Brisbane's room, Humphrey gets unsqueakably nervous. How could he say good-bye to Mrs. Brisbane and Og for good?
Pg. 1 Cover
Pg. 2 Table of Contents
Pg. 3 Book Summary
Pg. 4 Reading Response Journal Cover
Pg. 5-19 Comprehension Questions (without lines)
Pg. 20-34 Comprehension Questions (with lines)
Pg. 35 Vocabulary Words by Chapter
Pg. 36-40 Vocabulary Words in Context
Pg. 41 Vocabulary Graphic Organizer
Pg. 42 Making Connections
Pg. 43 Visualizing
Pg. 44 Story Summary
Pg. 45 Story Snapshots
Pg. 46 Design a New Book Cover
Pg. 47-61 Answer Keys
Pg. 62 Credits
>>>You might also like:
Other Book Companions
Stay Connected with Stories by Storie
♦♦♦ Blog ♦♦♦ Instagram ♦♦♦ Pinterest ♦♦♦ Facebook ♦♦♦
To find out about freebies, discounts, and new products, look for the ★ green star next to my store logo and click follow me.
If you have any questions, comments, or need changes made to this product to fit your classroom needs, please e-mail me: email@example.com. You can also contact me through my store's Q & A section.
© Stories by Storie - This item is intended for a SINGLE classroom. Duplication for other classrooms, an entire school, a school district, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.