SMART for Schools

Grade 7 Mazes

Number Author, Title Lexile Genre
7-1 Miklowitz, G.D. (1998). Masada: The last fortress. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.  850 History
7-2 Hakim, J. (2005). Jamestown makes it.. In, A history of US: Making thirteen colonis, 1600-1740 (3rd. Ed). New York: Oxford University Press. 780 History
7-3 Bartoletti, S.C. (2005). Black potatoes: The story of the Great Irish Famine, 1845-1850. San Anselmo, CA: Sandpiper.   1040 History
7-4 Lllie, D., McCarthy, T., Zorn, M. K., & Zike, D. (2008).  Atmoshperic Pressure.  In, Motion, forces, and energy.  New York: McGraw Hill Glencoe.   990 Science
7-5 Schmidt, G.D. (2007). The Wednesday Wars. Chicago: Clarion. 990 Literature
7-6 Robinson, S. (2004). Promises to keep: How Jackie Robinson changed America. New York: Scholastic.  1030 Biography
7-7 Ung, L. (2006). First they killed my father: A daughter of Cambodia remembers.  New York: Harper Perennial.  920 Biography
7-8 De Lint, C. (2004). The blue girl. New York: Penguin.  800 Literature
7-9 Bradley, J. (2006). Flags of our fathers: Heroes of Iwo Jima. New York: Bantam.   950 History
7-10 Fleischman, J. (2002). Phineas Gage: A gruesome but true story about brain science. Chicago: Houghton.  1030 Science
7-11 Nix, G. (1997). Shade’s children. New York: HarperCollins.  980 Literature
7-12 Lowry, L. (1987). Rabble Starkey. Chicago: Houghton.  940 Literature
7-13 Tashjian, J. (2003). Fault line. Chicago: Holt.  750 Science
7-14 Choi, S.N. (1991). Year of impossible goodbyes. Chicago: Houghton.    804 Literature
7-15 Myers, W.D. (2008). Sunrise over Fallujah. New York: Scholastic.  780 Biography
7-16 Denzel, J. (1988). Boy of the painted cave. New York: HarperCollins.  800 Literature
7-17 Osterland, A. (2008). Aurelia. New York: Penguin.  790 Literature
7-18 Grimes, N. (1998). Jazmin’s notebook. New York: Dial.  820 Literature
7-19 Sternberg, L. (2007). The case against my brother. Baltimore, MD: Bancroft.  820 Literature
7-20 Clements, A. (2001). The school story. New York: Simon & Schuster.  760 Literature

Each Maze file consists of 4 pages.  Pages  1-2 are the student copy and the pages 3-4 are the scoring key.