Mon, 2 March 2015
Story Notes and Extras
And The Meicee, Micee, Mousey
by Sean Hunter
Talk and Discover
Who do you like to play with?
What games do you like to play that are fun?
How many mice do you think Oscar taught to
wiggle their whiskers, wiggle their toes
and make their ears go up and down?
Can you wiggle your toes?
Can you make your ears go up and down?
Why do you think Oscar wanted to be a teacher?
Learning With Art
Draw a picture of one of the mice.
Draw a picture of one of Oscar’s friends.
Draw a picture of Oscar with his “Happy” smile.
More Talk and Discover
What is something that you could teach someone?
Why was it important for Oscar to be “a cat of his word?”
Do you think there are any more cats like Oscar?
More, Talk, Talk and Discover
Do you know how to whistle?
Do you think Oscar will teach the meicee, micee, mousey
to whistle any particular song?
What would be a good song to learn how to whistle?
Could Oscar teach the meicee, micee, mousey to make cheese?
What else could Oscar teach the meicee, micee mousey?
Having More Fun
Make up names for a family of cats –
the father, mother, brother, sister and little baby kitten
Having Some More Fun
With a friend, write a poem about mice.
Go to the library and find a book about cats.
One Of The Books That Oscar Likes To Read
Cat Stories - by James Herriot
One Of The Books the Meicee, Micee, Mousey
Like To Read
The Tailor of Gloucester – by Beatrix Potter