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Sunset of the Sabertooth Internet Hunt by Cindy O'Hora
Based on the book in the Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne

Directions: Click on the links(underlined words) to find the answers to the questions.
Use a Bookmark of this hunt page to return to it. Delete the bookmark when you are finished. printer version

1. Jack and Annie live in Pennsylvania. Use the map to find out
Is your home state - north, south, east or west of Pennsylvania?

2. How old is Jack? _______________

How old is Annie? ________________

How old are you? ________________

Write the names of the three of you in order from the youngest to the oldest :

 

The children see many ice age mammals during the trip. Jack finds facts about some of them in the magic book.
Use this web site to find a fact for each mammal in the story. (Click on the picture for facts.)

Super learners find 2 facts!

3. Woolly Mammoth

 

 

4. Woolly Rhinoceros

 

 

 

5. Bison

 

 

 

6. Cave Bear

 

 

 

7. Write a fact about Smilodon

 

 

 

8. Write the names of all the predators in the story. What is a predator? Think carefully!

 

 

 

9. The kids see drawings on the walls of a cave. Visit this real place of cave drawings.
Write the names of 2 animals you see.

 

 

10. Look it up. When did the last Ice Age end?

 

 

What is an Ice Age?

 

 

11. Jack plays a flute made of mammoth bone. Name another way people used mammoth bones.

 

 

 

12. The kids have gone on a bunch of adventures. Each begins with a new book.
Which book has been in every adventure? Explain why.

 

 

Are you finished already? Good for you!  

Check out Ice Age art

Explore the Magic Tree House web site
Do the Ice Age Quiz Magic Tree House Trivia Game
Sunset of the Sabertooth puzzle MTH - Time Slider Challenge
Other MTH hunts and quizzes Write a postcard for Jack or Annie
Numeracy - Bitesize games - fun practice Ice Age online Denver Museum

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Copyright ©2004 Cindy O'Hora All Rights Reserved. Educators may print a hunt, for use in a classroom setting. Use of these materials constitutes an agreement with these terms of use. Posted 1/2005. updated 11/2007