“Perfect” by Danny Parker and Freya Blackwood

“Perfect” is a story that shows childhood’s simplicity and simple pleasures.

Book Title: Perfect

Author: Danny Parker and Freya Blackwood

Central Topic/Theme: Childhood

Summary

The three children showed their childhood activities.

Questions to ask

  1. What activities did the children do in the story?
  2. Which of their activities would you like to try? Why?
  3. How are they related? Do you think they are friends or siblings? Why did you say so?
  4. Do you enjoy doing activities with your friends/siblings?
  5. What activity do you like doing with your friends/siblings?

Extension activities

  • Kite Making. Let the children make a kite with a friend. Then, bring them outside to fly their kite.
  • Paragraph writing. Allow children to write at least three to five sentences that describe the activity they enjoy doing with their friends/siblings.
  • Drawing. Let the children draw a PERFECT day for them with their friends/siblings.

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