Prudy’s Problem: Why was the setting at the end of the story important?
Compare and contrast yourself to an animal. Tell what the animal is and how you are the same as that animal and how you are different.
A Day’s Work: What is the best clue that the setting of this story is a real place?
Pretend it is ten years after you graduate from high school. Where do you think you will be? What do you think you will be doing?
Penguin Chick: What conclusion can you draw from the fact that a penguin chick in a nursery went to its parents for food?
Mrs. Jensen has created this blog so her students can share their thoughts with each other.