Book Scavenger: Go FOURth!

Contributor: Jennifer Blanchard. Lesson ID: 13530

Ready for the fourth lesson on "Book Scavenger"? Games, poems, charts, questions...that's what awaits you today! Check it out!


Literary Studies, Writing

learning style
personality style
Grade Level
Intermediate (3-5)
Lesson Type
Dig Deeper

Lesson Plan - Get It!

  • Have you ever played Would You Rather...?

Here's a version that has to do with the topics in Book Scavenger!

Let's see if any of your opinions change after you complete the reading for this lesson!

Before continuing, make sure you have completed the first three Related Lessons in this series, found in the right-hand sidebar.

In this lesson, you'll continue reading up through chapter 39. It would be best to have a copy of Book Scavenger, even if you plan to utilize the included read-along videos.

  • Was the Would You Rather...? game tricky or was it quick and easy for you to answer those questions?

Before we get into our reading for this lesson, let's let YOU ask the questions now!

question mark

We learned about the author, Jennifer Chambliss Bertman, in an earlier Related Lesson.

  • Now that you've read much more of the book, if you could ask her any questions about the book, what would you ask?
  • What are you curious or wondering about?

In the space below, make a list of five questions that you would ask the author if you could. If you'd like to give her a bonus question, create one of your own Would You Rather...? questions that have to do with the book!

It's excellent that you, as a reader, are asking questions about what you read. That helps you to get more involved with the book and to understand it more too!

  • Ready to read more?

Head over to the Got It? section to get started!

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