Identify what the characters in a story learn by asking and answering questions about key details in a text.
Book: The Crayon Box That Talked by Shane Derolf
What do the crayons learn about each other at the end?
The crayons learn that they have to work together to make a big, beautiful picture. This is important because teamwork helps people have fun, do a job, or win a game.
What are the crayons saying? How are they feeling?
What is the girl doing?
How are the crayons changing?
What lesson do the crayons learn in the end? Why is this important?
special or different