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1 Williwaw Chapter 1 Name Date # Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation point or question mark). ** ipad research must be done through K Describe at least TWO specific ways that Ivan and Sep s lives are different from your life. 2. In your opinion, why is the radio so important to Ivan and September? 3. *** ipad research through K9 or kid friendly sites*** What is a Williwaw? 4. Pick one trait that describes Mr. Mooseburger and give evidence (reasons from the book) to show that it describes him. Caring Helpful Responsible Happy Grumpy Mean Honest Dishonest Irresponsible Other Trait: Evidence (Clues):

2 5. Dictionary- Look up in the dictionary. Page 8 Wick 6. Vocabulary Use context clues to solve the word. Write down a synonym for the word. Page 6 I seen this old tub coming halfway across the bay with my eyeglass. Page 8 That s why I tried to hail you on the radio last night. 7. Mystery Word Solve the Mystery Word. Use the sentence to help you. Ivan and Sep ordered white rice but got brown glorp instead. Glorp means 8. Why is September so afraid of a Williwaw storm? 9. Write down one word you don t know from today s reading. We will go over it tomorrow. Word Page#

3 Williwaw Chapter 2 Name Date # Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation point or question mark). ** ipad research must be done through K What is the most important problem in this chapter? Why is it important? 2. What should Ivan and Sep do to solve their problem? (What is your solution?) 3. What were the two conditions (rules) their father gave Ivan and Sep for staying at home?

4 4. Why isn t Ivan and Sep s Dad home? When will he be back? 5. Thinking about ccr question #2, how is the text organized in this book? (Refer to your cheat sheet if you need to.) 6. Mystery Word- Solve the mystery word. Use the sentence to help you. Even though he wasn t supposed to, Ivan hooked up his bargle to the battery and ruined the radio. Bargle means Vocabulary (Try Synonyms) Directions: Try to solve the word. Use a synonym if you can. Write down your definition. 7. Page 18 At the mention of their ornery neighbor, their dad broke in again, using their radio code for Mr. Berger. 8. Page 21 Five fishing boats were lost and three badly damaged when the sudden gust tore the vessels from their moorings. 9. Write down one word you don t know from today s reading. We will go over it tomorrow. Word Page#

5 Name Date # Williwaw Chapter 3 Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation point or question mark). ** ipad research must be done through K Choice the radio. Ivan and Sep decide not to go to their Aunt and Uncle s home after Ivan breaks Motive (why didn t they go to their Aunt and Uncle s house?): Was the choice right or wrong? Why? 2. Prediction: Why is Ivan so upset at the end of Chapter 3? 3. How does September feel about the kids in the town? Give evidence for your answer.

6 4. Write down a good question. It could be about something you are confused about (I don t understand how Ivan charged the battery), curious about (What is a loon?), want to know more about (Where is Dutch Harbor?), or a story question (Why does Ivan like games so much? OR How did their Dad know Ivan uses the battery for his game?). No vocabulary questions please! 5. Write down one word you don t know from today s reading. We will go over it tomorrow. Word Page# 6. Mystery Word- Solve the mystery word. Use the sentence to help you. Ivan and Sep decided to go to town. The only way was by water so they got in the glarp and rode in it to town. Glarp means 7. Dictionary- Look up in the dictionary. Write the definition and then use the word in a NEW sentence. Page 29 imitated (imitate) Sentence

7 Name Date # Williwaw Chapter 4 Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation point or question mark). ** ipad research must be done through K-9 or a safe search. 1. The children face a setback in chapter 4 with the radios. Please explain how you have solved a problem in your life when something went wrong? 2. The children need to earn to fix the radios. Explain what they have decided to do to earn the money. 3. Do you think it would be better for the kids to just come clean with their dad (tell the truth about the radios) at this point in the story? Why or why not?

8 4. Pick one trait that describes Ivan and give evidence (reasons from the book) to show that it describes him. Caring Helpful Responsible Happy Immature Mean Honest Dishonest Irresponsible Other Trait: Evidence (Clues): 5. ***ipad research through K-9*** Research what a Marine VHF radio is! List 2 facts you learn about a vhf radio Write down one word you don t know from today s reading. Please use your dictionary to define it. Word Page# Definition: 7. Mystery Word- Solve the mystery word. Use the sentence to help you. *bargle is NOT a real word. Can you use the clues around it to figure out the real word?? Ivan thought that $20 would be enough to fix the radio. He was upset when he learned that he would need more bargle to pay for the parts. Bargle means Vocabulary (Try Synonyms) Directions: Try to solve the word. Use a synonym if you can. Write down your synonym. 1. Because it was time to go to bed, Sep blew out the lantern and fell asleep. 2. Ivan and Sep dug up carrots, beets and potatoes. After this, Ivan and Sep needed to clean all of that produce before they ate it.

9 Name Williwaw Chapter 5 Date # Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation point or question mark). ** ipad research must be done through K How does the author show that Ivan is upset? Be specific. Use Ivan s words or actions as evidence. Evidence (what he said and did): 2. A. Why is Ivan upset? B. Make a connection between how Ivan feels and a time you felt the same way. A. B. 3. Compare and contrast Ivan and Sep s feelings about town. You may look back at earlier chapters to help your answer. Sep s Feelings Ivan s feelings Evidence from the book Evidence from the book

10 4. The author uses a technique (text feature) called repetition in this book. Give an example of repetition from any chapter in the book. 5. What are left wondering about in the story or are confused with in the story? 6. Mystery Word- Solve the mystery word. Use the sentence to help you. Ivan and Sep got into the dory to row out to get the clams. Dory means 7. Ivan swatted at the gnats buzzing around his head and trying to bite him. What are gnats? 8. Ivan could never get used to the smell of low tide on a warm day. It smelled like a combination of old milk, wet shoes and the stuff dogs roll in all mixed together. It smells a. wet b. good c. fresh d. bad e. clean 9. Pushing aside his sister s hand, Ivan got up and kicked a stone as he yelled. Ivan feels a. sad b. happy c. sore d. angry 10. Write down one word you don t know from today s reading. We will go over it tomorrow. Word Page# Extra Credit: How many clams do they need to get the $60 for the radio?

11 Williwaw Chapter 6 Name Date # Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation point or question mark). ** ipad research must be done through K What are two of the chores (not collecting clams) that Ivan and September had to do before their Dad came back? 2. The author uses a different technique (text feature) called similes throughout this story. Write one simile you found in today s reading. Page # 3. Explain what you think that simile means. (Don t give me the definition of a simile) 4. When you think about going across a bay with just you and one other child, how does that make you feel and why?

12 5. How did the author show that Ivan and Sep are hardworking and determined in this chapter? Give a specific example. 6. Write down a good question. No vocabulary questions please! Vocabulary (Try Synonyms) Directions: Try to solve the word. Use a synonym if you can. Write down your definition. 7. After working outside in the rain all morning, Sep and Ivan were drenched. 8. Ivan couldn t wait to go to town the next day. He was very eager to play his game and eat a chocolate milkshake. 9. Ivan hooted when Sep turned red as he teased her. He thought it was very funny. 10. Unlike Sep and Ivan, the otters were content to swim around in the rain all day. It did not bother the otters. Content means: a. wet b. dry c. angry d. sad e. happy 11. Write down one word you don t know from today s reading. We will go over it tomorrow. Word Page# EXTRA CREDIT: Write down one metaphor OR one example of personification you found in today s reading.

13 Williwaw Chapter 7 Name Date # Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation point or question mark). ** ipad research must be done through K Choice Ivan and Sep decide to go to town even though it is foggy and hard to see. Motive (why did September and Ivan go to town in the fog?): Do you think the choice was right or wrong? Why? 2. What is the most serious problem that happens when Ivan and Sep are going to town during Chapter 7? 2. B. Why is it a serious problem? 2A. 2. B. 3. What are left wondering or are confused about in the story?

14 4. Discover your answer to the question above in #3. You may use your ipad as a tool, or ask a teacher, friend or parent to help. 5. ***ipad research through K-9*** Research different boating terminology. List 3 new boating words you learned and what they mean The scowling old man cast a hard look at the partially filled bucket. So that s it! Stealing clams under the cover of the fog! he accused them. Mr. Berger feels towards the kids. A. Happy B. Confused C. Sad D. Angry 7. Write down one word you don t know from today s reading. Word Page# Definition: 8. Dictionary- Look up in the dictionary. Write the definition and then use the word in a NEW sentence. Page 72 veer YOUR OWN Sentence for veer:

15 Williwaw Chapter 8 Name Date # Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation point or question mark). ** ipad research must be done through K What setback occurred with the radio? Why is this setback a serious problem? 2. In your opinion, what do you think that Ivan and Sep should do now that they don t have the radios? 3. How does the author show through his actions and words that TC thinks that Ivan and Sep are exciting?

16 4. Pick a good theme for this chapter. Remember a theme is the lesson the author is trying to teach you to do in YOUR life. Give evidence (reasons) for your answer. Teamwork Determination Honesty Don t Judge a Book by Its Cover Cooperation Friendship Fairness Other- Pick another theme 5. ***ipad research*** Research clam digging. There are some very neat You Tube Videos. (ask to use my computer) List 3 facts you learned about clam digging When they realized they could spend another night at home Ivan and Sep felt very glarb because they could have one more day of freedom from their aunt and uncle. Glarb means 7. September waded up her napkin and threw it at Ivan. Don t cry to me about it, Ivan. You got us into this mess, and I m paying for your stupidity. As Ivan started to throw it back at her, TC leaned between the simmering brother and sister. Ivan and Sep are a. fooling around b. bored c. happy d. angry e. messy 8. Ivan and Sep decide to tell Harry about their predicament when he gets back. Predicament means 9. Write down one word you don t know from today s reading. We will go over it tomorrow. Word Page#

17 Williwaw Chapter 9 Name Date # Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation point or question mark). ** ipad research must be done through K How do Ivan and Sep know Mooseburger came to visit? What does Mooseburger know? 2. Author s technique/ text feature* Write one simile you found in today s reading. Page # 3. Explain what you think that simile means. 4. List three important events from this chapter. Explain why they are important. Event #1 This event is important because: Event #2 This event is important because:

18 Event #3 This event is important because: 5. ***ipad research*** Research what a tide is and what causes a tide? Oh please tell me our little bear hasn t come in, Sep said anxiously as she looked around the room expecting to see a mess of food, slobber and damaged furniture throughout the room. Sep is a. curious b. relaxed c. concerned d. hopeful e. confused 7. Ivan sunk down lower in his seat. The waves bounced the boat around and his stomach ached as he tried not to think about tomorrow. He would be stuck at Aunt Nelda s without any games or fun. Despite all of the milkshakes and fries with TC, he couldn t help but feel as he slowed to avoid the rocks. Tomorrow would stink! a. hungry b. sick c. bored d. upset e. scared 8. Ivan and Sep skillfully weaved around the rocks in the cove. They slowed to approach the dock. Ivan killed the engine and hopped onto the dock to tie the boat up. Ivan the engine. 9. Write down one word you don t know from today s reading. We will go over it tomorrow. Word Page#

19 Williwaw Chapter 10 Name Date # Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation point or question mark). ** ipad research must be done through K Explain how Harry knew the radios were broken and that Ivan and Sep had been to town? 2. The kids confirm that Mooseberger was in their cabin the day before. How does the author use this as an example of a Theme of Don t Judge a Book by Its Cover? 3. Throughout several chapters, the kids have made it very clear that they do not like going to their aunt and uncle s home. Is there a place in your life that you do not enjoy going to and why?

20 4. 4. What is confusing to you in our story or has left you thinking or wondering about something from, Williwaw? Using your resources you have, (ipad, teacher, friend, or parent) Discover your answer to the question above. 5.*** ipad research*** Use your ipad as a tool and research Alaska. List 3 interesting fact you have learned about Alaska Sep upset a cup of tea when she hit the table with her fist. In this sentence upset means 7. Ivan and Sep looked and felt very glum when they had to tell Harry the truth because they knew they would get in trouble and have to go to Aunt Nelda s. The kids have made it very clear that they do not like going to their aunt s house. Glum means 8. Harry scratched his head. He looked at the kids and the cabin and back again. He nervously chewed on his moustache as he shifted his feet. Harry is a. itchy b. unsure c. certain d. quiet 9. I want to speak to the father of these two hooligans. I caught them stealing my clams and I want them punished. Hooligans means a. children b. criminals c. neighbors d. hard workers

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