Judy Moody Saves the World Comprehension Questions

Instructor: Tammy Galloway

Tammy teaches business courses at the post-secondary and secondary level and has a master's of business administration in finance.

Teachers, use this lesson to confirm students comprehended the book. Enhance their critical thinking skills by assigning It's All About What You Think questions. This lesson may be used independently, or in a group or classroom setting.

Judy Saves the World

  • Who is Judy? List and explain three adjectives to describe her.
  • Define mood and discuss why Judy is being classified as moody.
  • What grade is Judy in? What subject is her class studying?
  • Does Judy have any siblings? If so, name them and describe her relationship with them.
  • What contest does Judy want to win? Why is this contest important to the overall theme of the book?
  • How does Judy decide to help the environment?
  • How does Judy's family feel about her wanting to save the environment? What does she want them to give up? How do they feel about it?
  • In Judy's efforts to save the world, explain how she makes her classmates mad.
  • Who is Mr. Todd? Use at least three adjectives to describe him. Compare and contrast him to your teacher. What are the similarities? Are there any differences?
  • What is an endangered species? How did Mr. Todd incorporate endangered species in his classroom lecture?
  • What is a rainforest? How is the rainforest discussed in this book?
  • What happened to Toady? How did Judy's parents react? What happened to Judy as a result?
  • Discuss Judy's efforts to save the world. Does her plan work perfectly? Why or why not?

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