always forgive your puppy and keep her safe. What would
she say about that? "When I am grown, I will keep
watch over you."
puppy voices can be heard clearly in I
Didn't Do It by Patricia and Emily MacLachlan. Their
poems will make you smile and laugh and wish you had a
new puppy that would grow up to become your best friend!
students will love Patricia and Emily MacLachlan's I
Didn't Do It, a collection of perfect blank-verse
poems with precious illustrations by Kate
Schneider. Each poem is written in the voice
of a puppy who has been into some mischief.
Kids Wing's literature guide hosts a pre-reading discussion
with 8 discussion cards. A "Good Dog" page invites
students to find antonyms and describing words from the
story, to make contractions, and to choose a dog they would
pick. Students have an introduction to multiple-choice comprehension.
They will enjoy the "Following Directions" page
that allows them to pick a note from a hat and do what it
commands, like "Act like a puppy that wants a treat."
It even includes a primary logic problem in "Bad Dog."
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