Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride & Mercy Watson Fights Crime Teacher's Guide

Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride & Mercy Watson Fights Crime Teacher's Guide
Help young children learn about safety issues by reading Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride and Mercy Watson Fights Crime. After reading these books with your students, use the discussion questions, art activities, and writing assignments in this literature guide to further their understanding of the stories.

Grade Levels: 1 - 3

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Mercy Watson: Three Treat Collection
Kate DiCamillo

Mercy Watson's disarming personality and hilarious hijinks are captivating early chapter-book readers everywhere. It's easy to jumpstart a Mercy Watson collection with the first three adventures of the series: Mercy Watson to the Rescue, Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride, and Mercy Watson Fights Crime.
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