This is packet designed for use with the book Beatrice Doesn’t Want To by Laura Numeroff. The book is a story about a dog named Henry who goes to the library to do his homework with his little sister, Beatrice.
The packet covers language arts skills including sequencing, making connections, character analysis, the library setting with good library behavior, and comprehension. There is a section of work with pronouns I, me, my, you, her, him, he, and she.
I hope that you will enjoy reading this book and using these printables as much as my students and I do.
Clip Art and/or fonts copyright Dianne J. Hook, www.djinkers.com.
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Freddy & Freida Reading Kids clip Art copyright Scrappin Doodles www.scrappindoodles.com
Good Choices, Bad Choices , and Library clip art by Whimsy Clips
Table of Contents
Page Number Title
3 Introduction & Credits
4 Book Cover Tracer
5 Parts of the Book
6 Circle Things You Saw in the Book
8 Describe Beatrice and Henry
9 Dog Q & A
10 How did the characters feel?
11 Story Time Q & A
12 I Didn’t Want To
13 I Tried It and I Liked It
14 The Setting
15 Word Cards (I, me, my, you, he, she, him, her)
16-17 Pronoun Tracers
18 The Illustrator—About Me
19 Illustrate Pronouns
20 Beatrice and Henry pronouns
21-26 Pronoun letter cut & paste
27 Circle the Pronouns
28 Finish the Sentences
29 My Friend Reads With Me
30 Online Resources