What happens when the neighborhood girl gets mad at you (and she has a magic finger)? Well... the hunter becomes the hunted.
This story has a message about treating others the way that you would want to be treated.
It also has a message of dealing with disabilities. Some of the writing assignments require the students to do certain things while having to cope with a disability.
I have combined the items that I have used in the study of the book THE MAGIC FINGER. I have included several project ideas that complement the reading of the book to keep the students' interest in the book...it works really well. I can also use those activities to gauge their comprehension, too.
This Literary Packet contains:
A Suggested Reading Schedule
Literature Study Questions
Take a peek into the packet by downloading the preview.
I know that your students will enjoy the reading of THE MAGIC FINGER and completing the activities as much as my students have.
The following are some Literature Packets you might enjoy:
Call It Courage
From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler
Sarah, Plain and Tall
The Chocolate Touch
The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me
The Tiger Rising
The Whipping Boy
Island of Blue Dolphins
Fantastic Mr. Fox
The Magic Finger
The Family Under the Bridge
The Not-So-Jolly Roger: Time Warp Trio
BUNDLE: Sarah, Plain and Tall with Skylark
Bridge to Terabithia
For younger readers try....
Alexander and the Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Thanks for looking,