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Book p.14 The hen is in its coop. The fox is in its den. The duck is in the duck pond. With its little ducklings ten. The rabbit is in its burrow. The birds are in their nest. And each of them is saying, “I think my home is best.”
Sarah’s father knows a lot about animals. She asks him some questions. Book p.16 What animal lives here, Dad? A spider lives here. It lives in a web. What lives there, Dad? A group of owls live there. They live in That hole in the tree. What bird is that, Dad? That is an eagle. It lives in a nest.
Book p.17 I’m a whale. I live in the sea. Who are you and where do you live? I’m an octopus. I Live in the sea. I’m a crab. I live under the rocks. I’m an oyster. I Live in my shell. Sarah and her father go diving in the sea. They find many animals there.
Sarah writes some notes in her notebook. She draws some pictures too. Book p.18 The spider’s home is a web. The owls’ home is a hole in the tree. The oyster’s home is a shell. The whale’s home is the sea. The bee’s home is a beehive. The bird’s home is a nest.
Sarah wants to find out what things feel like. Yuck! This is slimy! Hmmm. This is smooth. This is very sticky! This is soft and silky. This is wet. This is rough. Book p.19 Wow! This is really hard.
Sarah and her father go to the forest. “The forest can be a dangerous place,” Sarah’s father says. “Here are some rules you should follow.” Book p.19 Book p.20 Do not go too close to the trees. The ants will bite you. Do not go near the river. The crocodiles will get you. Do not wake the bear in the cave. Keep quiet.
Book p.20 Stay away from the beehive! Do not step on The porcupine! OUCH!
Book p.22 The kitten had no home. It saw a hole. “I’ll Live in this hole, ”it said. ”It’s clean and dry.” “This is my den!” shouted the fox. “Get out of my den!” The kitten ran away. It saw a cave. “I”ll live in this cave,” It said. “I’ll be safe and warm here.” “Grrrrrrrrrr!” growled a big bear. “Get away from my cave!” Next, the kitten saw a house. “I’m tired,” it said. “I’ll rest Here for a while.” A little girl came out of the house. “A kitten!” she said. “I Love kittens!” The girl gave the kitten a basket and a bowl of milk. “ Here’s A home for you,” she said, “and here’s something to drink. Please stay with me and be my friend.” A Home for kitten And that was just what the kitten did!
A is the sound you hear at the beginning of the word animal. I saw an ant In the apple tree. I saw the ant And the ant saw me. a e When Eric the elephant Danced on an egg, He fell over And broke a leg. E is the sound you hear at the beginning of the world elephant. Book p.23