Little Pea, Little Hoot, and Little Pig are three characters in a series of humorous picture books written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal that students can relate to in many ways.
• Each pack includes a character craft with templates, writing ideas, writing papers, a story map, a character comparison, and several book extension activities.
• For Little Pea the book extensions include a food sorting activity, two beginner logic puzzle pages, and a design your own candy page.
• For Little Hoot the book extensions include a fact or opinion sort, two time-related pages, and a bedtime story response page.
• For Little Oink the book extensions include an ABC order page, two pages of categories, and an organized bookshelf page.
• Little Pea is a pea who doesn't want to eat his candy! His parents will not let him near his beloved spinach until every last bit of candy is eaten.
• It's not fair! All Little Owl wants is to go to bed at a reasonable hour, like his friends do. But no . . . Mama and Papa say little owls have to stay up late and play. So Little Owl spends all night jumping on his bed, playing on the jungle gym, and doing tricks on his skateboard, but he's hooting mad about it!
• Little Oink is a neat little fellow. Clean, clean, clean - that's all he wants to do. But Mama and Papa won't have it! They say in order to be a proper pig he has to learn to make a proper mess.
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