The Worst Day of My Life Ever! by Julia Cook is a story about a boy named RJ who learns the importance of listening and following instructions. This picture book companion has comprehension activities, vocabulary cards, a sequencing activity, a kid writing craft, and more!
When you download this .zip file, you will find three resources:
- Original File - this is a printable packet for students with teacher answer keys
- Google Slides Link - copy and assign the student pages in Google Classroom
- Student PDF - this is a fillable PDF that students can type directly onto
The Worst Day of My Life Ever! File Contents:
Pg. 1 Cover
Pg. 2 Table of Contents
Pg. 3 Book Summary
Pg. 4 Reading Response Journal Cover
Pg. 5-6 Character Charts
Pg. 7-8 Comprehension Cards (color, B/W)
Pg. 9-10 Comprehension Questions (written responses)
Pg. 11-12 Story Elements Spinner (color, B/W)
Pg. 13-15 Retell and Summary Graphic Organizers
Pg. 16-17 Sequencing Activity
Pg. 18 Cause and Effect
Pg. 19-22 Vocabulary Cards with Definitions (color, B/W)
Pg. 23 Vocabulary Match-Up
Pg. 24 Vocabulary Fill-in-the-Blanks
Pg. 25-27 Kid Craft Writing Directions, Examples, and Prompts
Pg. 28-34 Kid Craft Templates
Pg. 35-38 Writing Templates
Pg. 39-44 Answer Keys
Pg. 45 Credits
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Please Note: You will need access to the book The Worst Day of My Life Ever! to use this resource. This book is not included with this download. I suggest you see if this book is available to check out in your school or public library.
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