Arnie the Doughnut by Laurie Keller


    Arnie has many feelings throughout the story. Feelings are important. They can help you
    know when to be careful, when to say “no” and when you need to take care of yourself.

    Match Arnie’s feelings in the word bank to his situation or story event.






_________________        Arnie believes he is one of the best doughnuts.
_________________        Who will pick me, Arnie wants to know.
_________________        Arnie can't wait to meet Mr. Bing.
_________________        “YOU’RE GOING TO EAT ME?”


Find the punctuation, capitalization and spelling mistakes in the passage below.
There are at least  23.


arnie wuz born in a bakery  mr. bing bought arnie  the ride in the car was bumpy 
What are you doing  arnie asked  mr bing wanted to eat arnie   arnie was shocked 
togeter thay thought of ideas for arnie to be  finally arnie become a doughnut-dog


Write two sentences describing Arnie.

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Challenge:  What other job could arnie have besides a doughnut-dog? Write and illustrate an
advertisement for Arnie’s new job on the back of this page.

                          
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