Roald Dahl's The Magic Finger, illustrated by Quentin Blake. Lesson plans available on the official Roald Dahl website.

Roald Dahl's The Magic Finger, illustrated by Quentin Blake. Lesson plans available on the official Roald Dahl website.

A 10 page activity booklet to be used in conjunction with 'The Magic Finger' by Roald Dahl.The activities allow students in grades 2-4 to work in...

A 10 page activity booklet to be used in conjunction with 'The Magic Finger' by Roald Dahl.The activities allow students in grades 2-4 to work in...

How to tie shoes.  Parker is supposed to learn by August when he starts school.  Hmm...

How to tie shoes. Parker is supposed to learn by August when he starts school. Hmm...

The Magic Finger Workbook has "comic style" worksheets and novel study activities for the story by Roald Dahl.   It includes; a cover page with a background knowledge activity, details activities for character and setting, vocabulary (2 pages), idioms (1 page), comprehension questions (3 pages), a comic creating activity and a crossword puzzle (with answer key).  Also included is a blank questions and a blank vocabulary page so you can add you own content.

The Magic Finger by Roald Dahl Comic Style Workbook

The Magic Finger Workbook has "comic style" worksheets and novel study activities for the story by Roald Dahl. It includes; a cover page with a background knowledge activity, details activities for character and setting, vocabulary (2 pages), idioms (1 page), comprehension questions (3 pages), a comic creating activity and a crossword puzzle (with answer key). Also included is a blank questions and a blank vocabulary page so you can add you own content.

FREE Vocabulary Word List that aligns with my FREE Comprehension Packet for The Magic Finger by Roald Dahl.

FREE Vocabulary Word List that aligns with my FREE Comprehension Packet for The Magic Finger by Roald Dahl.

How to make a shoe tying board for $5 or less!  AND link to Magic Fingers method for teaching

How to make a shoe tying board for $5 or less! AND link to Magic Fingers method for teaching

Autodesk research is developing a “Magic Finger” that turns any surface into a touch interface by shifting the touch technology from the surface to the wearer’s finger.

Autodesk research is developing a “Magic Finger” that turns any surface into a touch interface by shifting the touch technology from the surface to the wearer’s finger.

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