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Pages
15 Pages
Social Emotional
Goal-Directed Behavior, Optimistic Thinking
Languages
English
Product
Digital
Grade
1st, 2nd, 3rd
Resource Type
Worksheets
Standard
Not standard specific

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In I Want a Dog by Dayal Kaur Khalsa, it's May who wants a dog and her parents who don't, at least not right now. May is creatively persistent in her request. She recalls that learning to roller skate was difficult, but she succeeded by trying and trying and trying again. So, each time her parents say 'no" to getting a dog, May tries again with a cleverer plan. In a moment of furious frustration, May discovers that her roller skate can substitute for a little white dog. Pulling her roller skate on a rope feels like walking a dog on a leash. First she practices walking the skate inside, then she takes it to the playground. Soon, everyone wants to walk her roller skate. She doesn't change her parents' minds. It's a couple more years before May gets a dog. In the meantime, she - and her friends - practice.

This story is read aloud by Nancy Wear.
In I Want a Dog by Dayal Kaur Khalsa, it's May who wants a dog and her parents who don't, at least not right now. May is creatively persistent in her request. She recalls that learning to roller skate was... more
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