Literature: "Freckle Juice" by Judy Blume
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These sites are about the book “Freckle Juice” by Judy Blume. Includes discussion questions, activity ideas, author biographies, and book reviews. There is also information about what causes freckles.
Use this downloadable biography to share author information with your students.
This activity focuses on collecting and recording data. In this case, the students collect data about a person's face and tally data for the whole class. Reading "Freckle Juice" prior to the activity is suggested.
Author Judy Blume describes her childhood love of reading, her family, and her books.
This teacher-created unit features biographical information about the author, vocabulary activities, and response activities. In addition there is a "Fun Stuff" and "Teacher Page".
This site has activities and discussion questions for "Freckle Juice." One activity is for the students to draw two pictures of themselves--one with freckles and one without. NOTE: This site contains ads.
This is the official site for author Judy Blume. Explore the links to learn more about her and her books. NOTE: The page includes a guestbook.
Learn why some people are more likely to have freckles. Includes some sun safety tips.
Answer comprehension questions which include multiple-choices, short answers, and vocabulary review in a six-page pdf file.
A 14-page pdf file has comprehension questions for each chapter as well as a vocabulary list.
In this unit, there are synopsis, discussion questions for before and after reading, and activities that go along with the book.
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September 28, 2003 at 11:18 |
Updated: July 05, 2012 at 16:15