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How to Babysit an Orangutan by Tara and Kathy Darling. Created by Ms. Turitto. Read Aloud. What mental images did you create as the poem was read aloud? Throwing a brick at a bee, tickling a gorilla, smiling at a shark What do you think the poet’s purpose was for writing this poem?

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How to babysit an orangutan by tara and kathy darling

How to Babysit an Orangutanby Tara and Kathy Darling

Created by Ms. Turitto


Read aloud
Read Aloud

  • What mental images did you create as the poem was read aloud?

  • Throwing a brick at a bee, tickling a gorilla, smiling at a shark

  • What do you think the poet’s purpose was for writing this poem?

  • The poet wanted to make us laugh; the poet wanted to entertain

  • Name an example of alliteration that is used in the poem.

  • Tug a tiger’s tail; grab a grizzly bear

  • i


Displeasure
DISPLEASURE

  • DIS-PLEAS-URE

  • NOUN

  • The feeling of being dissatisfied/not happy with something


Jealous
JEALOUS

  • JEAL-OUS

  • ADJECTIVE

  • Full of envy (you want something someone else has)


Endangered
ENDANGERED

  • EN-DAN-GERED

  • ADJECTIVE

  • In danger of dying out

Learn more about Endangered Species


Smuggled
SMUGGLED

  • SMUG-GLED

  • ADJ./VERB

  • Taken out of a place illegally


Facial
FACIAL

  • FA-CIAL

  • ADJECTIVE

  • Having something to do with the face


Coordination
COORDINATION

  • CO-OR-DIN-A-TION

  • NOUN

  • Ability to make your body parts work together well