603-1 The Indian in the Cupboard (9-12)

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Indian in the Cupboard

1.  When Omri tried to cook beans and an egg for his guest, he broke the egg an crumbled egg shells into the pan together on the hot fat.  Think of a breakfast you would like to prepare for someone special.  Make a list of the items you would serve and how you would prepare each item.

2.  Prejudice is an opinion without just grounds or before sufficient knowledge.  Think of a situation in which you witnessed an act of prejudice.  Write a paragraph explaining the situation and your feelings or reactions to the incident.

3.  Omris getting frustrated with his best friend Patrick. What should he do?  Write a letter to Omri giving him suggestions.

4.  Patrick insisted on having both Little Bear and Boone in his pocket during lunch.  Make a list of several dangerous things that could have occurred and there consequences.



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