The book does not come with the guide itself.
You might need to know that Josiah is dyslexic and dsygraphic. Tuck Everlasting is not a long book, but I read it to Josiah over the course of a week. He has done a pretty good job with navigating the study guide and I have made myself available for any help he might need. Sometimes I have needed to work him through a few more challenging activities. That's okay...I signed up to be his teacher.
There are several short answer questions.
This fill-in-the-blank activity is leading to a question on how a descriptive passage can give life and movement to an ordinary and mundane thing...like a road.
There are plenty of questions that ask the student to "dig deeper." Some involve looking up Scripture. This one gave me a little insight on how Josiah feels on the limits we've placed about him. Poor guy. A day with fewer video games played is apparently too restrictive.
The guide is divided into groups of chapters. For example, the Prologue through Chapter 5 are all one section and so on.
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