Unlock the secrets of immortality and discover that living forever isn't all that it's cracked up to be.
Keep learning interesting and different with a variety of comprehension questions. Evaluate Winnie's decision at the end of the book by asking a classmate what they would have done in her place. Create a list of the top places Jesse should travel to. Find the word that matches a vocabulary word from the novel. Answer multiple choice questions to prove understanding of the story. Identify the main themes of the story and supply evidence through characters and events to support this. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, our worksheets incorporate a variety of scaffolding strategies along with additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key.
About the Novel:
Tuck Everlasting tells the story of a young girl and a family who proves the downside to immortality. Winnie Foster wants to run away from home. One day, she meets a boy named Jesse Tuck drinking from a spring on her family's property. He warns her never to drink the water. His mother and brother take Winnie away with them to explain their story. Winnie learns that the Tuck family drank from the spring on their way to town only to discover that the water is magical and renders the drinker immortal. Meanwhile, a mysterious man is hunting down the Tuck family, in hopes of finding their secret. With their secret soon to be unleashed, the Tuck family must run off, leaving Winnie behind. Winnie is then met with the decision whether she should drink from the spring and become immortal herself.