This is a 31 page companion for elementary school students working on language skills.
Sequencing cards (Pages 4-10) Place the cards in the correct order. The cards can also be used for color identification and retelling the story.
Comprehension Questions (Pages 11-12) Select answers from 2 pictures.
Feelings/Sorting (Pages 13-14) Identify how each crayon in the story was feeling and sort into the correct feeling box.
Compare and Contrast Feelings (Page 15) Illustrate how 4 different feelings look. Discuss the changes in eyes, eyebrows, forehead, mouth and skin.
Feelings (Page 16) Illustrate how the student is feeling and write an explanation.
Brainstorming (Page 17) Draw or write things that are always red, brown, yellow and blue.
Retelling Cards (Pages 18-24) Draw additional items on the retelling cards and then use to retell the events of the story.
Writing (Page 25) Write a letter to one of the crayons in the story, a letter to Duncan, or a letter to the student from a crayon.
Synonym list (Page 26) A list of synonyms for happy, sad and angry. Have the students brainstorm words they know first and then introduce the new vocabulary.
Idioms (Page 27-29) Sheets for tickled pink, feeling blue and seeing red.
Vocabulary Sheet (Page 30) Additional sheet for personalized vocabulary words.
This companion does not include the book, The Day the Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt. The book needs to be purchased separately.