Children Make Terrible Pets
By Peter Brown
Don't miss out on reading this book to your students. They will enjoy listening, giggling, and asking questions about it. (Ex.: Why does the bear have square ears?)
Lucy is a young bear. She finds a critter in the forest. The critter is a young boy.
She decides to take him home and make him her pet. But Lucy's mother is not happy.
Then Lucy's mom relents under one condition, Lucy takes the responsibility of taking care of this new pet.
Lucy agrees and names the critter, Squeak. They become inseparable and do everything together.
One day Squeak disappears. Lucy is devastated and goes on a hunt to find him.
Lucy finds Squeak but something has changed. Squeak is enjoying a picnic with his family. She realizes that Squeak belongs to his family. Lucy learns a valuable lesson.
After reading this book a zillion times. (Just kidding. I told a student that I loved this book and he said, "Are you going to read it a zillion times?" "Yes, of course I am," I replied.)
I put together a comprehension, retelling, craft product to go along with the book.
The question and answer sticks are numbered sequentially so that the story questions are used not only to check comprehension but also to retell the story.
They can be used with whole group discussion, partners, or small group instruction.
Also, included is a fun craft. Students can make a Lucy and take her home to remind them of the story and the lesson Lucy learned.
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