Track the facts with Jack and Annie in the nonfiction companion to this book: Benjamin Franklin.
While walking in the woods close to their home in Frog Creek, Pennsylvania, siblings Jack and Annie come across a mysterious tree house filled with books.
Insisting that the book isn't his to lose, Jack runs back to get it, returning to find the T-rex blocking his path to the tree house.
Annie sends Henry the pteranodon to save Jack, who climbs onto the dinosaur's back and is flown back to the tree house.
Use this 'Book: Magic Tree House series (elementary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. A book report form, writing prompt, and grammar review to go with one (or several) books, as well as math, alphabetical order, and punctuation practice to go with the series.
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