Monday, March 28, 2016

Because of Winn-Dixie chapter 6

This book was made into a movie, but I think that the dog in the movie was too cute!  I think of Winn-Dixie as a real ugly dog Something like this:

But lovable you know.  The book is written in a light-hearted style that is like you are having a conversation with India Opal

Let's get into Chapter 6. 

Memorial - in memory of someone
selecting - picking out 
humming - singing without words with the mouth closed 
never got over it  - still scared about it 
snuffled - to sniff 

hind - long i 

Why did India Opal go a lot that summer?  
What was the problem to bring Winn-Dixie inside? 
What does Herman W. Block Memorial Library really look like? 
What did Miss Franny Block think that Winn-Dixie was? 
What did she do when she saw him? 
Then what did she do when Opal explained things?
How is Opal like her mother? 
How did Winn-Dixie get himself comfortable? 

Write about a place where you are not allowed to take an animal and what would happen if you tried?  You can write it as fiction. 





Once upon a time there was a Queen who was afraid of cats.  She just didn't like them,  But the princess her daughter really loved cats.  She had cat wallpaper on the walls, a cat bedspread and even a life-like stuffed cat that she played with as a toy.  

One day the princess got tired of playing with the stuffed cat, and found a little grey tabby kitten outside the palace.  She took the kitten and taught it to stay in her bedroom.  Then about a week later the Queen came into the princess' bedroom and saw the grey tabby kitten sleeping on the bed.  She thought it was the toy cat.  But when she tried to pick it up to put on the shelf, she found out that it was a real kitten and it purred at the Queen.  

After that the Queen was not afraid of cats. 
Rachael Alice Orbach 

Lesson Plan by Rachael Alice Orbach 

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