Matthew and Tilly. Written by: Rebecca C. Jones Illustrated by: Beth Peck. http://www.opencourtresources.com. Background Knowledge. What is it like to have a good friend and to be a good friend? What are some good times you’ve had with a good friend?
Written by: Rebecca C. Jones
Illustrated by: Beth Peck
1. What games do you play with your friends?
2. Why do we sometimes not get along with friends when we play games?
from Matthew and Tilly’s friendship?
Don’t forget to print track with your finger!
The author always has something specific to say to the reader. This is the main idea. The author will strengthen this main point with details to help the reader understand.
When you identify the main idea it will help you better understand what the story is about.
*they rode bikes
*they played hide and go seek
*they sold lemonade
*they played sidewalk games
*they ate ice cream
*they rescued kitten
*they chewed gum
*they shared memories
*the crayon incident
*their faces in the illustrations
*their body language
*Matthew stomped up the stairs.
*Tilly made chalk drawing alone.
*Matthew played store alone.
*Tilly played sidewalk games alone.
*They are looking out the window, wondering what the other is doing.
*They smiled at
then ran to play
do you see here?
Red and Yellow, Black and White.They are precious
in his sight.Jesus loves the little
children of the world.
Can you believe
these are chalk
his feet in reality
are flat on the
It looks like he’s digging a hole, but its really chalk art.