Black Cowboy, Wild Horses . Julius Lester * Jerry Pinkney. Teacher read Aloud: Dakota Dugout. As you listen, ask yourself how well the author conveys what homesteading is like. Do you think the author did a good job of describing what a homesteader’s life was like.
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Julius Lester * Jerry Pinkney
Put the words above in order to create a sentence.
The spirited mare galloped around the corral with her colt.
The bridge over the ravine was damaged by the tornado.
The white stallions skittered over the bridge kicking up a cloud of dust.
Put the words above in order to make a sentence.
The black mare skittered along the edge of the surf.
Put the words above in order to find the name of this stallion.
The chocolate brown stallion was named Something Special.
He goes off with his horse. The other cowboys work at the ranch.
Sometimes authors use words to express more than one meaning. These two phrases help describe the rain and the moon. They also have another meaning; the words grief and remorse may suggest something about Bob Lemmons’s life.
Discuss what these phrases mean.