Mrs. Frisby and the Crow From Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH By Robert C. O’Brien This story is a fantasy, but it is based on real behavior! • As you read the story, find three behaviors that are real and three behaviors that aren’t! How fast do you think a mouse can travel? • A mouse can run about 7.5 miles an hour! What do you know about crows? • Crows are attracted to shiny objects! They like to use these things to help them build their nests What are farmyard cats like? Cats often stalk their prey, and they like birds and mice! How do animals take medicine when they are sick? • They can get shots or pills from the doctor, or they can be given medicine in drops! How do animals communicate? • They use body language or make noise! Things to think about : • Why does the crow feel that he is in debt (owes her something) to Mrs. Frisby? • Think about a risk you took to help someone else. Why do you think you did it? Think about the selections, “Island of the Blue Dolphins”, “Two Tickets to Freedom”, and “Mrs. Frisby and the Crow”. • How are the risks in each selection similar? How are they different? • Images and clipart are from Bing Images. Information is from SRA’s Imagine It! Literacy program. The video clips have been downloaded from YouTube. • No copyrighted materials were knowingly used in this presentation. Please do not use this presentation for commercial use. • This Power Point presentation was created by Amy W. Kensley.
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