This text was adapted from the original text entitled. If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Joffe Numneroff. Page 2. Adapted from the original text, If You Give a. "If you give a mouse a cookie, he's going to ask for a glass of milk. When you give him the milk, he'll probably ask you for a straw. When he's finished, he'll ask. Soon some of your students will be seeing. Salt Lake Acting Company's IF YOU GIVE A. MOUSE A COOKIE. We want to make the show an incredible.
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“If you give a mouse a cookie, he's going to ask for a glass of milk. When you give him the milk, he'll probably ask you for a straw. When he's finished, he'll ask. We have created the following study guide to help make your students' theater experience with. TheatreworksUSA's production of If You Give a Mouse a Cookie . If a mouse is given a cookie, he is bound to want some milk. If he is given the milk , what will he want next?.
You have always brought him a broom when he asks for one. Was this house ever yours? He might get carried away and sweep every room in the house. He may even end up washing the floors as well!
He is a good homeowner; he washes his own floors. You are a shadow; you do not exist without him.
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I'm all about helping those that need it when the time comes, however whenever someone does not even attempt to help him or herself first then that becomes a huge problem. As we all have learned, people tend to take advantage of us in one way or another. I am sure we all read this short story when we were younger and it follows that same principle: "If you give a mouse a cookie, he's going to ask for a glass of milk.
When you give him the milk, he'll probably ask you for a straw. When he's finished, he'll ask you for a napkin. Then he'll want to look in a mirror to make sure he doesn't have a milk mustache.
When he looks in the mirror, he might notice his hair needs a trim. So he'll probably ask for a pair of nail scissors.
When he's finished giving himself a trim, he'll want a broom to sweep it up. He'll start sweeping. He might get carried away and sweep every room in the house.First graders can reflect on selflessness and its application to their daily lives.
Stock Snap. He then requests a straw to drink the milk , a mirror to avoid a milk mustache , nail scissors to trim his hair in the mirror , and a broom to sweep up his hair trimmings.
What does the mouse gain from the boy?
August Time for School, Mouse!