Story Amanda Rose Marigold Mary May Mouse read several books written by Kevin Henkes. She likes them because they are about people she could know. They are about making friends and starting to school and getting lost and adjusting to a new sibling. You read or listened to them, too. Play this game about the books. HomeGame
Directions HomeGame To play the game, answer questions about the books and Kevin Henkes. When you go to the game page, Click on circle #1, that will take you to Question 1. Before you click on any answer, go through the game and write your choices on the answer sheet. This is not a test. It is for the teacher to see if the questions are good questions. Click any where on the page to go to the next question. When you finish both the Kevin Henkes questions and the Chrysanthemum questions, go back to the game page and select the questions for the book that you read. Answer those questions. When you finish the answer sheet, choose a box that contains your answer choice for the question. To choose an answer, click on the box. If you choose the correct answer, you will go to a page that tells you that you are correct. To go back to the game page, click Game. Click on # 2. Answer that question. Continue the same way, until you have answered three sets of questions. If you make a mistake, you will go to an OOPS! page. Click Game. Try question 1 again. Every time you miss a question, try it again. Continue through all of the numbers and you finish the game. When you finish, click on the finish block.
Question 1 Kevin Henkes HomeGame What is the name of the first book that Kevin Henkes wrote? All Alone Chrysanthemum Lillys Purple Plastic Purse The Biggest Boy
Question 2 Kevin Henkes HomeGame When was Kevin Henkes born? July 4, 1900 November 27, 1960 April 17, 2000 September 25, 1824
Question 3 Kevin Henkes HomeGame What kind of animal does Kevin Henkes often use as characters? mice dogs cats foxes
Question 4 Kevin Henkes HomeGame Where does Kevin Henkes get his ideas for the books that he writes? from television from his childhood from books from his mother
Question 5 Kevin Henkes HomeGame Which answer choice is NOT what Kevin Henkes writes about? getting lost playing with marbles starting school making friends
Question 6 Chrysanthemum HomeGame long hair long tails long ears long names How are Chrysanthemum and Amanda Rose Marigold Mary May Mouse alike?
Question 7 Chrysanthemum HomeGame good perfect wonderful terrific How did the babys mother & father describer her?
Question 8 Chrysanthemum HomeGame she did not like it her name was okay she hated it she loved it Before she went to school, how did Chrysanthemum feel about her name?
Question 9 Chrysanthemum HomeGame her teacher teased her her parents did not like it her classmates teased her her friends thought it was fine After she went to school, why did Chrysanthemum change her mind and her feelings about her name?
Question 10 Chrysanthemum HomeGame her homeroom teacher her music teacher her art teacher her P. E. teacher Who helped Chrysanthemum feel better?
Question 11 Lillys Purple Plastic Purse HomeGame reading her music teacher her homeroom teacher math What did Lilly love best about school?
Question 12 Lillys Purple Plastic Purse HomeGame Grammy Mother Father Auntie Who went shopping with Lilly when her purse was bought?
Question 13 Lillys Purple Plastic Purse HomeGame Lilly interrupted class and Mr. Slinger took up her purse She thought that it was okay when Mr. Slinger took her purse Lilly was angry and drew an awful picture of Mr. Slinger. She put the drawing in his book bag Which one is NOT TRUE about Lillys purse after taking it to school?
Question 14 Lillys Purple Plastic Purse HomeGame she felt really bad she told her parents and she punished herself she made cookies and drew another picture she played games Which one is NOT TRUE about how Lilly felt and what did she do after school?
Question 15 Lillys Purple Plastic Purse HomeGame He was angry He yelled at Lilly He said, Wow! He sent Lilly home Describe Mr. Slingers reaction.
Question 16 Sheila Rae, the Brave HomeGame Louise is afraid and Sheila is not Sheila is afraid and Louise is not Louise is not scared of anything Louise helps Shelia How are Sheila and Louise different in the beginning of the story?
Question 17 Sheila Rae, the Brave HomeGame walked around town walked to the baseball field walked home as usual walked home a new way What did Sheila and Louise do after school, one day?
Question 18 Sheila Rae, the Brave HomeGame being at home being lost being at school being in the rain What was Sheila finally afraid of?
Question 19 Sheila Rae, the Brave Home Game Wendell helped them find the way Lilly helped them find the way Julius helped them find the way Louise found the way How did Sheila and Louise get home?
Question 20 Sheila Rae, the Brave HomeGame fearless fearful scary silly How did Sheila describe Louise?
Question 21 A Weekend with Wendell HomeGame Sophies brother Sophies cousin a weekend guest a weekend friend Who is Wendell?
Question 22 A Weekend with Wendell HomeGame annoying helpful friendly happy Which word describes Wendells behavior?
Question 23 A Weekend with Wendell HomeGame noisy and helpful quiet and upset friendly and happy crying and hiding Which describes Sophies behavior and feelings?
Question 24 A Weekend with Wendell HomeGame come again stay a week go home play with her During the story, what did Sophie want Wendell to do?
Question 25 A Weekend with Wendell HomeGame Sophie made the rules Nothing, Wendell kept making his rules Lilly came over Wendells behavior was worse What changed?
Question 26 Wemberly Worried HomeGame on the playground at home at school on a train Which one is NOT where Wemberly worried?
Question 27 Wemberly Worried HomeGame morning when she is asleep throughout the day night Which one is NOT when Wemberly worried?
Question 28 Wemberly Worried HomeGame shes mad shes happy shes scared shes sad What describes Wemberlys feelings?
Question 29 Wemberly Worried Home Game a toy cat a toy dog a toy bird a toy rabbit What helped Wemberly when she was worried?
Question 30 Wemberly Worried HomeGame one thing she worried about happened When she went to school, she met a friend she only worried at home she only worried at school What changed for Wemberly?
Correct!!!! You are correct! Go to the next question. HomeGame
Hooray !!!! You Won!!!!!!!!!! Good Job! You have learned about the books written by Kevin Henkes! HomeGame
Objectives Audience: Grades 1-3 This PowerPoint game was created as an activity to go with the Dr. Seuss Author Study WebQuest, revised version. Objectives: Recognizes characters Recalls story details Recognizes plot of a story Recognizes events of a story Recognizes character actions HomeGame
Credits This PowerPoint game is a variation of the PowerPoint templates http://it.coe.uga.edu/wwild/pptgames/templates.html Graphics in this project came from Microsoft clipart No clipart from Kevin Henkes was used, as permission is needed. Game by Sandie Nicholson Literacy Tutor email@example.com HomeGame
Copyright by Sandie Nicholson, Literacy Tutor Permission is granted for any educator to copy this PPT Game Permission is granted to educators to modify or revise this game for educational purposes. The credits and copyright page are to remain with the game. Those who do are requested to add their names and affiliations, without deleting the names of others who have come before. HomeGame