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The City Mouse and The Country Mouse
Old 09-24-2015, 12:38 PM
 
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Hi everyone
I am doing a lesson on beginning, middle and end using the book The City Mouse and The Country Mouse. Does anybody know any fun activities I can do with this book?


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Depending on the age, you could ask them to draw a picture or write their own story based off of what they think life would be like as a city or country mouse? Maybe compile a class book?
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Old 09-24-2015, 01:01 PM
 
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Retelling would be fun- maybe with a flannel board or with headbands with mouse ears? You can easily make a headband for each kid with a sentence strip or construction paper and add some cute mouse ears!
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I usually find or make 3 simple pictures to illustrate the beginning middle and end of the story. Students work together with partners and try to get the 3 pictures in the right order and talk about what happened in each part of the story. They can also glue them in order and take them home to share the important parts of the story with their families. As students drawing abilities progress or if it an easy story to draw, I have students illustrate the beginning, middle, and end.
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