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Monkey Puzzle Ppt

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    Monkey Puzzle Ppt Monkey Puzzle Ppt Presentation Transcript

    • Monkey Puzzle original from Julia Donaldson/ Axel Scheffler, retold by Angie Mei
    • A little monkey lost his way home. “ Hush, little monkey, don’t you cry.” “ I’ll help you find your mum”
    • How big is your mum? She’s big, bigger than me. Big? Oh, I know your mum! Come this way!
    • No, no, no! That’s an elephant.
    • She coils around trees? My mum can coil her tail around trees. I know your mum! Come this way!
    • No, no, no! That’s a snake.
    • More legs? My mum has more legs! I know where she is. Come this way!
    • No, no, no! That’s a spider.
    • She lives in the trees? She lives in the treetops, way up high. Oh, your mummy’s over there, come this way!
    • No, no, no! That’s a parrot.
    • Jump? My mum has no wings. She can jump. Aha! I got it! Come this way!
    • No, no, no! That’s a frog.
    • She’s got brown fur? She’s brown and furry, and nice to cuddle. We’ll find her soon, come this way!
    • No, no, no! That’s a bat.
    • Your mum’s not little? She’s not so little, she’s bigger! Well, she ‘s near here, come this way!
    • No, no , no ! That’s an elephant again !
    • Why do you keep on getting it wrong? My mum looks like me, ok?
    • You never told me she looked like you! None of my babies looks like me. Now, we’ll find her soon!
    • This is your mum! No, no, no! That’s my dad!
    • Here is my mum!