Reading 3.24

Read-Aloud

Story Questions

  • What words best describe Wemberly?
  • Explain why Wemberly is worried.
  • What is it about school that worries Wemberly so much?
  • How does Wemberly change at the end of the story?
  • Why do you think that Wemberly changes and stops worrying?
  • Why do you think the author, Kevin Henkes, uses the words "worry, worry, worry" often throughout the story?
  • What is the author trying to tell us about Wemberly or the problem in the story when he uses the words "worry, worry, worry"?
  • Which character helped Wemberly change or feel better? How is this character like Wemberly?
  • How are you like Wemberly?¬†

A Fun Craft

If you have a paper plate, crayons, tape, and a string/yarn/ribbon at home, you can make a worry catcher! It's just like a dream catcher, but it catches your worries while your awake laugh. Also, don't worry if you don't have a hole punch...you can use a pencil to poke a hole through the plate!