These six great worksheets for use before, during, and after reading The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster make great individual, small-group, and whole-class work. They can easily be used in class or as take-home work.
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-Worksheet One: What Do You Think?
By rating and responding to statements that relate to these, lessons, and ideas in The Phantom Tollbooth, students prepare for reading the book.
-Worksheet Two: What Can You Judge By a Cover?
We are so often told that you can’t judge a book by its cover, but there is a lot you can tell about a book before you begin to read. Help your students make predictions and judgements before beginning The Phantom Tollbooth by looking at different parts of the cover and book before reading.
-Worksheet Three: The Which’s Slogans
This is a great activity to do in small groups. It encourages all students to think about, participate in, and contribute to interpreting the meaning of and debating the value of the Which's slogans.
-Worksheet Four: Themes in The Phantom Tollbooth
Identifying themes and the messages the author is conveying through them can be a challenging task for students. Help them be successful with this worksheet.
Worksheet Five: Milo’s Gifts
This activity is a great way to get students to look at symbols and encourage students to relate to the story.
-Worksheet Six: Character Crossword Puzzle
This crossword puzzle is a fun way to review characters in The Phantom Tollbooth.
-Notes and Suggestions for the Teacher
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