Inferences of "Chicken Little"
By: By: Rebecca Emberley and Ed Emberley
By: Isaiah Sherrod
Chicken Little was not the brightest chicken in the coop.
(Inference) Chicken Little was not smart.
A acorn fell from the sky and hit him in the head.
(Inference) A acorn fell off of a tree and hit him in the head
"Oh my goodness, oh my gracious" he exclaimed. "The sky is falling! The sky is falling! I must run for my life. He grabbed his umbrella to protect his scrambled noggin and he ran out into the world without much of a plan.
(Inference) When the acorn fell on his head, he thought the sky was falling. He started to run somewhere. He didn't know where he was going because he didn't have a plan.
It was not long before he bumped into Henny Penny. "Where are you going in such a rush?" she squawked. "Oh my goodness, oh my gracious." Chicken Little panted." The sky is falling! The sky is falling!" We must run for our lives!" "Oh my" said Henny Penny and being witless herself joined in without any further questions.
(Inference) Chicken Little was running so fast that he didn't see Henny Penny. He ran into her. She asked why was he running so fast. He convinced the sky was falling. She was convinced and went along with Chicken Little.
Within minutes they ran into Lucky Ducky. "Hey" he quacked. "Why are you in such a hurry" "Oh my goodness oh my gracious" huffed Chicken Little." The sky is falling, and we are running for out lives! Henny Penny could not catch her breath so she said nothing. not wanting to be left out Lucky Ducky joined in and they ran off. And still had no plan.
(Inference) They ran into Lucky Ducky and Chicken Little said the sky was falling we must run for our lives. Lucky Ducky didn't want to be left out so he joined the group.
After running into Turkey Lurky they then ran into Foxy Loxy. "My my" rumbled the fox" "Where are these little birdies going at such a frantic pace?" "The sky is falling ! we are running for our lives. The fox said "Oh my goodness"said the fox. We must find a place for you to rest.
(Inference) The fox wanted the birds to crawl into the cave which was actually was his mouth.
Without another thought in their tired feathered heads(oh my gracious) the flock went foward gratefully into the warm dark cave.
(Inference) The group walked into the fox's mouth