Friday, September 16, 2011

Otto the Cat

Today's story is adapted from the easy reader Otto the Cat by Gail Herman (also the author of most of the Scooby-Doo books I've seen, coincidentally). FYI: This is a rebus (pictures fill in for words) story also, so to adapt that aspect to the story I coded my version of the words so that I point to the picture as I say the word). It is probably unnecessary but it does reinforce the idea.

Otto is a cat and he lives in a house OTTO'S house.


He takes HIS car to the pet store where he wants a new dish and a new mouse.




"Otto gets everything he wants. Does he want a puppy?"


No? "TOO LATE, OTTO!" The puppy wants to come home with Otto.

Otto does not like to share with the unnamed puppy so Otto hatches a plan to lose him in the park, but it is Otto who gets lost. Will Otto be able to find his way home? DUN DUN DUN!



I used clipart from MS Publisher 2003. This story can work as either a flannel (attach hook and loop fastener) or magnet board (attach magnets) as none of the pieces need to be layered.

This week is being hosted by Tracey.  Previous roundups are here. Don't forget to check out Flannel Friday on Pinterest!

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