Listen to “Just a Mess” by Mercer Mayer. In the story, Little Critter learns about responsibility. How does Little Critter feel at the beginning of the story? What is Little Critter’s problem in the story? How did he solve his problem? Do you think he did a good job of cleaning his room? Why or why not? How does Little Critter feel at the end of the story? Why?
Animals have mothers, too. In this Mystery Science lesson, you will learn how animal mothers take care of their young. Work with an adult or older sibling to read, think, and discuss this lesson. Make sure to watch the optional videos.
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Visit an animal shelter and see an animal doctor, veterinarian, at work. Learn how to care for a puppy like a mother would.
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