The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn. Chester Raccoon from The Kissing Hand book made out of.
All About The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn From starting Preschool to Grade School, parents and teachers all love reading The Kissing Hand during those first days of school. Chester Raccoon’s mother helps him remember that she loves him and is thinking about …. The sun is up, it's time for little Chester Raccoon to go to bed, but he is frightened by the shadows the sun is creating on the walls. Mrs. Raccoon soothes him with a Kissing Hand….
In the story, Chester Raccoon doesn't want to go to school. His mother explains that we all must do things we don't want to do and tells him about the Kissing Hand. She places a kiss in the palm of his hand and explains that whenever he is lonely he should press the palm to his cheek. Chester also gives one to his mother.. Then Chester gave Mrs. Raccoon a kissing hand before he turned and danced away to school. SOMEONE Chester the Raccoon lived in the forest. Main Character WANTED to stay home with his mom instead of going to school. Goal BUT Mrs. Raccoon said that sometimes we all have to do.
“The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn”.
Pin the Tail on Chester Print out and cut out the Chester pin-the-tail-on-the- raccoon shape. Line up the pieces and tape together the top and bottom half to make a complete raccoon. Glue it to a piece of heavy cardboard. Print out and cut out a dozen tails. Be sure you have tape around for the game. Also have a scarf on hand to serve as a blind- fold. This ﬁ le is set up to print on 8.5.
Chester Raccoon is anxious about his first day of school. His mother helps reassure him by kissing his palm and telling him whenever he feels lonely to press his hand against his cheek to remind him of home and her love. Written by: H. Johnson, ©www.thedailycafe.com, 2015. Head back to school with The Kissing Hand book by Audrey Penn. Pair it with activities and crafts to go along with the theme of the book or even buy Chester. In this close reading lesson, students will compare and contrast the actions of the characters in two of Audrey Penn's beloved books, The Kissing Hand and A Pocket Full of Kisses..