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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.

The Princess & The Pea: Moral, Theme & Analysis

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

Alex's Mystery Picture

Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?

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