Text interpretation activity, aimed at students in the third year of elementary school, with questions developed about the text: Grandma Dino's Birds.
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Grandma Dino loves the colorful birds that come to the bird feeder at her house. Today she put on her coat, grabbed the little seed pot for the birds, and walked out the front door.
The birds startled and flew, but landed nearby.
'Don't fly far,' she laughs. – Soon your pot will be full of delicious seeds. – The birds seem to be anxious.
A gentle breeze is blowing today. As grandma fills the bird feeder, she hears a big blam! Right behind. Immediately, she turns to go back inside.
'That noise must have been my door slamming in the wind,' she tells herself. The door had locked itself and was firmly closed. Grandma pats her coat pocket.
- Oh no! – she exclaims. – My keys are inside. I got locked out of the house! What am I going to do? Grandpa will be gone all day, so he can't help me. Oh gosh!
Just then, the dinosaur Dino appears. She explains the problem to him. Dino thinks for a moment and says:
– Grandma wait here.
In a few minutes, Dino opens the front door from the inside, saying:
– Bye, tham, tannnn! Come on in, grandma.
– How did you get in there? – asks grandma.
“As I was arriving, I saw the kitchen window was open, so I squeezed through it to go inside.
– Oh, what a fool I am! But what a good helper you are, Dino! - Granny laughs. She gives him a big hug.
1) What is the title of the text?
2) What did the birds do when grandma walked out the front door?
3) As grandma fills the bird feeder, she hears a big noise, what happened?
4) The moment the door closes what does grandma notice?
5) What does Dino do to help grandma?
6) How does grandma thanks the dinosaur Dino?
Per Hélia Higa.
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