Text interpretation activity, aimed at students in the third or fourth year of elementary school, with questions about the text: Lulu, the led rabbit.
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It was Dona Joana's fruit that Lulu liked best, but she discovered her art and chased him away. Dona Joana was very angry, and said:
– When you want, come here and ask!
Lulu ran down the road, and in another yard she was making a hell of a mess. He picked up carrots to eat, crushing a clove stalk. Mr. Julio ran after him and got very angry! With a full belly, he was going to bother Tobias the cat. Nice! Lulu had been hoping to find the cat sleeping for days! She picked up a stone… Aimed…
And hit a firecracker! The cat, in fright, ran like a cheetah! Lulu would come home still laughing at the poor cat. Her mother was waiting for him and said he wouldn't get away cheap! The punishment was harsh: removing all the leaves from the floor, then washing the dishes and even tidying the basement. The other day, there was Lulu doing hers. First he made an art, then he fled to the streets… When will this bunny learn?
Those who do what they shouldn't do, don't do what they deserve...
1) What is the title of the text?
2) What did Lulu like most?
3) Why was Mr. Julio running after Lulu?
4) What punishment did Lulu receive from her mother?
5) What does Lulu do the next day?
Per Camila Farias.
At answers are in the link above the header.