Fri, 28 February 2014
Story Notes and Extras
Why There Wasn’t Any Milk At Mr. O’Mally’s Store
written and presented by Sean Hunter
Talk and Discover
What book do you think the rooster was reading?
Why do you think the rooster liked that book?
Who do you think suggested that book to the rooster?
What book do you think the rooster will want to read next?
Could the Good Farm John start a library in the barn?
Who do you think reads the most books,
the dog or the cat?
The horse or the cow?
What books do you like to read?
Why is it important to read?
When is a good time to read?
What can you learn from reading a book?
Learning With Art
Draw a picture of a rooster.
Draw a picture of the Good Farmer John.
Draw a picture of Rusty.
More Talk and Discover
What gives you an appetite to read?
Why are books about history interesting?
What makes reading fun?
Besides books, what else can someone read?
Books About Animals That Are Always Enjoyed
The Cat In The Hat - Curious George
Peter Rabbit - Make Way For Ducklings
National Velvet - The Black Stallion
All Creatures Great and Small
Ways To Read A Story
Whisper (sometimes) as you read.
Act surprised – open your eyes wide.
Smile, listen and laugh together.
What would be a good name for the Good Farmer John’s rooster?