Fluffy's 100th Day of School | 123Read&Write

A simple reading comprehension quiz and literacy activities for the children’s book, Fluffy’s 100th Day at School, by Kate McMullan.


Book Summary

Author of more than 50 books, Kate McMullan brings the adorable children's book, Fluffy's 100th Day of School. Ms. Day's class is about to celebrate the 100th day of school by having a party. Of course, Fluffy wants to take part. However, Fluffy soon will find out just how crazy classroom parties can get! One-hundred yard dashes, seed eating contests . . . Fluffy will give it his all in this charming children's book in the Fluffy series. 


Reading Comprehension Quiz

After reading the story with your child, go to the following link to complete the quiz:

http://123readandwrite.com/exam/exam.php?id=13

5 = Mastery

4 = Developing

<3 = Beginning


Follow-Up Lesson Plan Activities

Activity 1: Main Idea Word Recognition

Directions: The following main ideas from the story are each missing a word. Using your knowledge of beginning letter sounds, determine which word belongs in which sentence. Write the word in the space provided.


Activity 2: Creative Writing Prompt - My Own Pet

Directions: Ms. Day’s class has a pet guinea pig. What kind of pet do you have? On the lines below, write a story about your pet. If you don’t have a pet, write a story about a pet you would like to have. Draw a picture in the box to go along with your story.


Activity 3: A Fluffy Description

Directions: Fluffy, the guinea pig, is the main character in the story. Help describe Fluffy by circling the correct adjective in each column. Use the picture of a guinea pig to help you with your choices.


Activity 4: Art Activity - Designing a Play Yard

Directions: Fluffy lived in Ms. Day’s classroom play yard. What would you like Fluffy’s play yard to look like? What toys would he have? On the lines below, list four descriptions of the play yard you imagined. Then, draw a picture of what you would like Fluffy’s play yard to look like. Remember to include details from your list below.


Activity 5: Recalling Story Events

Directions: The plot of a story involves the events that occur. Listed below are nine events. Read each one and determine if it occurred in the story. Circle the events that happened in the story, Fluffy’s 100th Day of School.


Guinea Pigs Video