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Thank You, Omu!
by Oge Moore
Omu is making a big pot of thick red stew for dinner. The delicious smell attracts guests from all across town. With each new guest Omu shares a bowl of her thick red stew. Will Omu be left with enough of her thick red stew for dinner?
Resources for Thank You, Omu!:
Full Book Review (English)
Reseña Expandida (Spanish)
Brief Book Review (English)
Reseña Simplificada (Spanish)
Will Omu have enough stew to eat for dinner?
Patterns Spatial Relationships
Size Cause and effect
Activities To Do Together:
- Talk with your child about patterns that happen in everyday life. Can you and your child find patterns that happen around you?
Encourage your child to find the pattern(s) that happen in the story.
With your child, go back through the story and write down Omu’s guests in order.
Explore cause and effect with your child. Remember, this is when one event makes another event occur.
How many people did Omu feed throughout the day?
Why does Omu run out of thick red stew before dinner?
How far do you think the smell of Omu’s thick red stew traveled? Why do you think that?
Vocabulary for Building Math Concepts:
big, down, empty, in, inside, most, on, out, second, small, top
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