Jun 01

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz ~ Chapter 5 “The Rescue of the Tin Woodman”


Chapter 5 – The Rescue of the Tin WoodmanDownload The Wizard of Oz Free Book Units ~ Chapter 5.

As Dorothy was getting a drink by a stream, she and the Scarecrow heard a groaning sound. When they went to see what was making the sound, Dorothy and the Scarecrow found a man made of tin. The Tin Woodman said he had been rusted for a year. He wanted to be oiled, so he could move again. Once he was moving, Dorothy and the Scarecrow told the Tin Woodman they were going to the Emerald City to see the Great Oz. The Tin Woodman said he wanted to come along, so he could ask for a heart.


Chapter 5 ~  Skills

FREE printable pages for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz ~ Chapter 5Click here to download FREE vocabulary practice, comprehension printables, and a foldable organizer.

Chapter 5



Follow these links to see the entire book unit:

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz FREE Book Unit

1 – The Cyclone

2 – The Council with the Munchkins

3 – How Dorothy Saved the Scarecrow

4 – The Road Through the Forest

Root Words Spoons Game

5 – The Rescue of the Tin Woodman

6 – The Cowardly Lion

7 – The Journey to the Great Oz

8 – The Deadly Poppy Field

9 – The Queen of the Field Mice

Pronoun Task Cards

10 – The Guardian of the Gate

11 – The Wonderful City of Oz

12 – The Search for the Wicked Witch

Prefix Game

13 – The Rescue

14 – The Winged Monkeys

15 – The Discovery of Oz, the Terrible

Prefix and Suffix Puzzles

16 – The Magic Art of the Great Humbug

17 – How the Balloon Was Launched

Punctuation Task Cards

18 – Away to the South

19 – Attacked by the Fighting Trees

20 – The Dainty China Country

Analogy Game ~ Round About

21 – The Lion Becomes the King of Beasts

22 – The Country of the Quadlings

Context Clues Task Cards

23 – Glinda The Good Witch Grants Dorothy’s Wish

24 – Home Again



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