Welcome to week three of the Read. Explore. Learn Summer Reading Challenge! This meme was designed to be a place for you to share the learning opportunities, crafts, field trips, and other activities you have done this week that tie-in to children’s books. I look forward to seeing ways you have learned with and explored books. Remember each post you link up counts as an entry in the the June edition of the Summer Reading Challenge.
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The train and shark are tested in contests that take one or both of them out of their element. There is a swim in the ocean, a train car pull, roasting marshmallow, shooting baskets, running a lemonade stand and about nine more activities. Some are easy wins for the shark or the train and some challenges are tough for both of them.
Finally the book ends with the boys being called to lunch and the toys being tossed back into the toy box.
JDaniel loved the conversation bubbles that appeared on some of the pages. At first I thought they represented the words the boys are saying to each other while they are playing. At the end of the story the shark and train are still talking in the toy box about who will eventually beat who.
What did we do?