- Drawing paper
Invite children to invent new ways that the fox can try—and fail—to catch Rosie. Suggest that children use two different pieces of paper—one to show how the fox tries to catch Rosie, and one to show what happens to him when he fails.
- Children can write a sentence below each illustration, describing the action in the drawing.
- Encourage children to share their work with one another, reading the sentences aloud and talking about what's happening in the pictures.
- Bind the children's work into a class book. You could call it Rosie Takes Another Walk.
Observation: How do children's drawings show their understanding of the main idea of the story?