The Wonderful Wizard of Oz ~ Chapter 22 “The Country of the Quadlings”

Chapter 22 ~ The Country of the QuadlingsDownload The Wizard of Oz Free Book Units ~ Chapter 22.

The travelers come to a large hill. The Scarecrowstarts to cross first. He then hears a voice telling him that he is not allowed to cross. A strange creature appears. He is short and stout with no arms; however, his head can shoot out. As quick as lightning, the Scarecrow is knocked down. Hundreds of these creatures, known as Hammer-Heads, appear laughing at the Scarecrow’s fall.

The Lion becomes angry and dashes up the hill. He too is knocked down.  The Tin Woodman suggests a call to the Winged Monkeys is needed. They come and fly the group into the country of the Quadlings.

After a stop by a farm for a meal, the group reaches the Castle of Glinda and are admitted.


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Chapter 22



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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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