This book companion is designed to be used with the children’s book “If You Give a Mouse a Brownie” by Laura Numeroff. The book is not included with this product and must be purchased separately or borrowed from the library. I am not affiliated with the publisher, author, or illustrator.
Pages 3-5: Comprehension Questions – 27 comprehension questions with visual choices to use during and after the story.
Pages 6-8: Yes/No Questions – 27 yes/no questions with visual choices to use during and after the story.
Pages 9-10: Why/How Questions – 18 higher-level comprehension questions to use during and after the story.
Pages 11-12: Sequencing Cards with Mat
Pages 13 – 15: Vocabulary Cards – 9 vocabulary cards with definitions and visuals
Page 16: I Found My Speech Sounds – Students record their speech words as they listen to the story.
Pages 17 – 18: Verbs – Students record the actions of the boy and the mouse as they read the story.
Pages 19 – 20: What’s in the Picnic Basket? Students listen to the clue and identify which item from the picnic basket is being described.
Pages 21 – 22: Vocab Cards – Students can use the picture vocabulary cards from the story to match, retell, describe, sort, and more.
Page 23: Beginning, Middle, and End Writing
Pages 24 – 27: Noun or Verb Clip Cards
Pages 28 – 29: Comparing and Contrasting – Students compare and contrast the boy and the mouse. An extra blank Venn Diagram is provided.