Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Butterfly project

Title -The little mouse
By-M.Kosek, H.Lowy, Bachner

     A mousse sat upon a shelf,
Catching fleas in his coat of fur. 
But he couldn't catch her-what charge in ! 
She'd hidden way inside his skin.
 He turned and wriggled,knew no rest, 
That flea was such a nasty pest!

   His daddy came 
And searched his coat. 
He caught the flea and off he ran 
To cook her in the frying pan. 
The little mouse cried, " come and see! 
For lunch we've got a nice,fat flea!


14 comments:

  1. This is kinda happy because the mouse got there food and now they can have food. But why would they only go after fleas? If I wrote this poem I would have thought about why were they after fleas why not something else like another animals,

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  2. Your butterfly is nice, I don't know why you took it down! The mouse you drew is so cute! I'm guessing the green is s symbol of grass. I see other mice cooking, what looks like a flea. What's that thing on the right? I like the poem, but I don't quite understand how it relates to the holocaust. Can you explain? I think it's the fleas in a container, or burner.

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  3. I like how you drew a mouse and a shirt to go along with the poem. I'm confused on how this relates to the camps. Do you think your child died based on the clues you have from the poem? On your thinglink I like how you compared the nazi with the the text. While reading the poem I can agree with you when you said it makes you think of people dying.

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  4. Your butterfly is so bright and joyful! Great job on doing your butterfly! It looks so nice. Is there a reason why the mouse drawing was a certain place? In your blue bullet, you remark that the red means the Blood of the killed Jews and how they were basically fried or burned to death. I think that is a great way to represent the killing of the Jews. Your interpretation of the poem and drawings are spot on. At the same time you don't make it look so dull and dead . You give your poem a significance and I like how you did that! To answer my question I think there is a reason you put the mice where you did because you draw images of the Jews being locked then them being killed once inside. I think you meant to put these in order. Great job Marisol, really enjoyed your butterfly. Hope it survives!

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  5. I like your poem because it rhymes wheee it says "he caught the flea and off he ran to cook her in the the frying pan. And I like you butterflies the way you colored and because you put a mouse 🐭. Why did you choose green as the color?

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  6. Your poem has a bit of happiness put into it although the circumstances the Jews went through. I love how you illustrated the mouse, very descriptive! Also in the poem it said 'his daddy came and searched his coat.' i feel like a child did this to compare themselves to the animal, personification. Why do you think the kid did that? I think so the poem would be happy with some changed information.

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  7. I like your butterfly! I liked how you drew a pan because in the poem it says, "To cook her in the frying pan." The frying pan does give an example of people suffering and going through a lot of things. The poem is interesting because it is talking about mouses. The "mouses" are the actual kid that wrote this poem. Do you know why the child picked a mouse out of anything else? I think because mouses are small and they're scared of mostly everything and the situation they are in is scary.

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  8. The mouse must be in a " itchy situation". Evidence from the poems says "But he couldn't catch her-what charge in ! She'd hidden way inside his skin. He turned and wriggled,knew no rest, That flea was such a nasty pest! How do you feel about the poem Marisol? I the design on your butterfly showing that the mice were having a hard time getting rid of the flea. I have a question why did you decide the color green on your butterfly? Maybe to show that the mice had green carpet were they were living.

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  9. Is a nice poem I really like how you desing your butterfly how you color and represent with part of the poem, Those the mouse represent a child or something.

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  10. Your butterfly looks so cool, but your poem looks a happy poem because the mouse was so hungry and then he had food like do you on why did I said that because the mouse was so hungry and he got food if he didn't get food you poem is going to be a sad but it's a happy poem because the mouse got food, I hope that your butterfly is not going to be kill.

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  11. Your butterfly looks nice. I like how the big mouse looks. Why in the poem did the author say " she'd hidden way inside his skin." What does that even mean? I think it means that they were hiding with someone and they didnt want to be seen by the Nazi.

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  12. I don't really understand the poem but my opinion is that the mouse wanted the food but the dad kicked it

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  13. The flea cooked in the frying pan is maybe intended ro represent the jews, burned in the oven. "Daddy" must be hitler, or the Nazi's who murdered the jews. I dont know if i'm gettunt the right idea but this is what I think. I like your butterfly.

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  14. The poem is about a mouse that wants food.

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