SMART for Schools

Grade 8 Mazes

Number Author and title Lexile Genre
8-1 Dickinson, P.A. (1993). A bone from a dry sea. New York: Dell.  1040 Literature
8-2 Esckilsen, E.E. (2004). Offsides. Chicago: Houghton.  970 Literature
8-3 Johnson, J. (2007). The Shadow World: The Eidolon Chronicles. New York: Simon & Schuster.  910 Literature
8-4 Ende, M. (1984). The neverending story. New York: Penguin.  930 Literature
8-5 Lurie, A. (2007). Brothers, boyfriends, and other criminal minds. New York: Delacorte.  820 Literature
8-6 Hampton, W. (2001). Meltdown: A race against nuclear disaster at Three Mile Island: A reporter's story. Somerville, MA: Candlewick.   1090 Science
8-7 Jones, D.W. (2007). The game. New York: Penguin.  870 History
8-8 Fiedler, L. (2006). Romeo’s ex: Rosaline’s story. Chicago: Holt.  910 Literature
8-9 Sniegoski, T. (2006). Sleeper code. New York: Penguin.  880 Science
8-10 Conroy, P. (2003). My losing season. New York: Bantam.  1100 Biography
8-11 Snicket, L. (1999). The bad beginning. New York: HarperCollins.  1010 Literature
8-12 Son, J. (2003). Finding my hat. New York: Scholastic.  840 Literature
8-13 Ruby, L. (1994). Skin deep. New York: Scholastic.  830 Biography
8-14 Murphy, J. (2003). Inside the Alamo. New York: Delacorte.  1100 History
8-15 Carroll, R. (1997). Sugar in the raw: Voices of young black girls in America. New York: Clarkson Potter.  1070 Biography
8-16 Whelan, G. (2004). Chu Ju’s house. New York: HarperCollins.  870 Literature
8-17 Snyder, Z.K. (1972). The witches of Worm. New York: Dell.  920 Literature
8-18 Hakim, J. (2005). Maryland's form of toleration. In, A history of US: Making thirteen colonis, 1600-1740 (3rd. Ed). New York:  890 History
8-19 Kjelgaard, J.A. (1983). Stormy. New York: Bantam.  1030 Literature
8-20 Maton, A., Hopkins, J., Johnson, S., LaHart, D., Warner, M. Q., & Wright, J. D. (1993). Matter: building block of the universe. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. 970 Science

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