This is packet designed for use with the book Ten-Gallon Bart Beats the Heat . The author of the book is Susan Stevens Crummel and the illustrator of the book is Dorothy Donohue. This book is a “fish out of water” story. The main character is a dog who does not like hot weather, so he travels to Alaska.
The packet covers language arts concepts including sequencing, cause and effect, comprehension, and character analysis, There is a section of work with the words beat, cold, gold, heat, hot, mail, sled, snow, bear, buffalo, cat, chicken, dog, fish, moose, and pig.
I hope that you will enjoy reading this book and using these printables as much as my students and I do.
--Adrienne Powers, A Plus Activities
Clip art and/or fonts copyright Dianne J. Hook www.djinkers.com
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Train and fried egg clip art by Educlips.
Puddle (Lake), newspaper, and mail clip art by Kate Hadfield Designs.
Table of Contents
Introduction and Credits 3
Book Cover 4
Parts of the Book 5
I Predict 6
Story Map 7
Main Idea and Details 10
Cause and Effect 11
Character Map 12
Character Adjectives 13
Character Match 14
Who Said It? 15
Settings: Circle Things You Saw in Dog City and Alaska 16-17
Venn Diagram: Compare Dog City with Alaska 18
Alaska Facts Research 19
Animal, Place, and Thing Sort 20-21
Anchor Charts 22-23
Word Cards (beat, cold, gold, heat, hot, mail, sled, snow, bear, buffalo, cat, chicken, dog, fish, moose, pig) 24-25
Word Work 26-41
Finish the Sentences 42
Unscramble the Words 43
Write Sight Words on the Cowboy Hats 44
Color the Rhyming Cowboy Hats 45
Online Resources 46