rain boots are perfect in mud..." but "...
when Dog went for a swim, they filled up with water and
he sank with a PLOP!"
by Greg Gormley
A Mockingbird Book for 2012-2013
A TLA 2x2 Book for 2012-2013
Kids Wings Top Flight Book
Dog reads Puss in Boots, he is inspired to find the perfect
footwear for himself. Luckily, at the shoe store, he finds
the same magnificent boots as Puss wore in his story,
so he buys them. What do you think happens when he wears
them home to dig up his very best bone?
he exchanges the magnificent boots for some rain boots.
What do you think happens next?
time Dog tries a new pair of shoes, something else happens!
can Dog do? You may be surprised at how this story ends!
Kids Wings' literature guide will connect the traditional
story of "Puss in Boots" with this new fanciful
dog tale to delight your students! Included in the Kids
Wings' materials is a readers' theater script for "Puss
and Boots" and many enjoyable actitivies that complement
and extend Dog
K-3 Literary Connections:
Award-winning Literature with Kids Wings Activity Guides for:
Kids Wings' 16-page activity guide for Dog
in Boots provides
fun and learning for grades K-3, perfect for lesson planning and
printed handouts or projection slides on your SmartBoard!
(see some screen shots below) include:
Pre-Reading Discussion Cards
4-page Reader's Theater Script for Puss in Boots
Do I Understand? Multiple Choice Comprehension
Digging Out of Our Shoe Pile Game
Shoes for Different Jobs
Dog in Numbers
Footwear Fun: Drawing and Writing
What Dogs Can and Can't Do
Describing and Doing
are the pages in the Kids Wings Unit:
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