25 printable pages for students to create dialogue between a two animals. Each page has a picture and a prompt, like: A little bird that just moved to the area lands next to a bear that does not like to talk. What do they say to each other? Or, A young hare and a smart turtle decide to have a contest. What do they say to each other? Or, A koala asks lots of questions. A parrot has lots of answers, but none of them make sense to the koala. What do they say to each other? Each prompt will get your students thinking about dialogue, words that two characters might say to each other.
Animals: horse, bull, cat, dog, bear, bird, hippopotamus, zebra, turtle, hare, bat, skunk, penguin, walrus, koala, parrot, camel, squirrel, bear, lynx, dolphin, whale, chicken, pig, lamb, lion, hyena, fox, frog, owl, mouse, snake, monkey, elephant, porcupine, raccoon, armadillo, alligator, kangaroo, iguana, cow and giraffe.
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