Friday, July 28, 2017

The Waterstone Study Questions {FREE}

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The Waterstone Study Questions

The Waterstone

The Waterstone by Rebecca Rupp  is one of my favorite fantasy fiction stories for kids ages 10 and up. All the water is drying up. Tad, a twelve-year-old boy of the Fisher Tribe, and his sister, Birdie, find themselves on an epic quest to save their home. Along the way, Tad discovers something unique about himself and realizes that only he can make everything right again. Adventure marked by mystery, sorrow, and courage in the face of danger will keep young fantasy readers turning pages.

This story of sacrificial love truly warmed my heart, and I loved sharing it with my children. I wrote study questions years ago for my oldest child when he read it for school. Last year when my daughter was in fifth grade, I finally had her read the book and answer the same questions.

Study Questions

Questions for The Waterstone are divided into three sections: chapters 1-11, chapters 12-19, and chapters 20-25. There are 46 questions in all. On a couple of questions, I've added possible discussion questions that have a spiritual application. I looked up Bible verses about each topic and discussed them with my children. If you'd like to include those in your discussion with your children, it would be helpful if you were familiar with the book or at least the parts of the story that are mentioned. The Waterstone would make a great read-aloud, too, and these study questions could certainly be discussed out loud. :)

 Below is a sample of The Waterstone Study Questions. Click here to print all of the questions for free! screenshot-3

Other Books by Rebecca Rupp

Besides The Waterstone, I also own The Dragon of Lonely Island which I read aloud to my kids forever ago, or so it seems. I've also read aloud 2 other Rebecca Rupp children's novels: The Return of the Dragon and Journey to the Blue Moon. I've thoroughly enjoyed them all, and if you'd like to check them out, click on the pictures below.

 

 If you didn't know, Rebecca Rupp is also a fellow homeschool mom and has written a couple of books about homeschooling. Looks like she's written a few other books, too, but I'm not familiar with any of those. I just know I like what I've read so far.

  The Waterstone Study Questions

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