Describe the lesson that Amanda, Pinky, and Rex learned by using details to describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges and what lesson they learn from the major events.
Book: Pinky and Rex by James Howe — Ch. 4
What lesson did Amanda, Pinky, and Rex learn? How did they learn it?
Based on the title, what do you predict this chapter will be about?
What do Pinky, Rex and Amanda want? Why do they all want the same thing?
How does the author use italics to show how each of the characters feels about the dinosaur? (Make sure to notice the words have, pink, too, and I.)
How does the illustration on p. 32 help the reader understand how everyone is feeling?
What does the phrase "Pinky's face fell" mean? What does it show about Pinky?
What was Pinky and Rex's first plan for how to get the dinosaur? Why did it not work?
How did Amanda save the day?
What lesson did Amanda, Pinky, and Rex learn?