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The Princess And The Pea – Critical Thinking

Remember the story of The Princess and the Pea? It was discovered that the main character was in reality a princess because she could detect a little, tiny pea buried under a pile of mattresses.

Were we to believe that it was her royal heritage that gave her such an extreme sensitivity, or was it her pampered upbringing? Hmmmm.

Exploring author's intent is a valuable skill for critical readers. Take this discussion into other stories or books you may have read.

This bed is lumpy

I couldn't sleep a wink in this lumpy bed!

When does the love of books begin?

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Play A Game – Hink Pinks

Hink pinks are one-syllable words that rhyme; hinky pinkies are two-syllable words that rhyme; hinkety pinketies are three-syllable words that rhyme.

Create your own and then have fun visiting these sites:

how to make a hink pink

Back at School? Don't Forget to Hinky-Pinky!

hen in a pen

You could call this chicken coop a hen pen and that would be a hink pink.

Have some rhyming fun on this scavenger hunt

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Alex's Mystery Picture?

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