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After-reading activities


Use the pictures in the reader to help answer these questions:


✰ What does it mean on page 4 of the book when it says “There was a hint of cake as we went in”?


✰ List what you can see on the tables in the café.


✰ Do you think making pancakes instead of dumping the mix was a good idea?


✰ Predict what Dad might have said if he had been served the salty buns instead of the pancakes!


Try the following with your child:


✰ Use your imagination to compose the text that Mam sent to Dad. What bits might she have asked him to get?


✰ What else might Auntie Liz have on the menu? Take turns inventing new menu items for Liz’s Little Café! Your item can be sweet or savoury, hot or cold!


✰ Role-play being Auntie Liz and a customer. Get a notepad and take an order for something from the café kitchen!


✰ Ella and Evan made pancakes for Dad to try. Find a recipe in a cookbook or online, write your shopping list if you need ingredients, and spend some quality time cooking in the kitchen together.


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Gill Education is an imprint of M.H. Gill & Co. © Mary O’Keeffe 2019 ISBN: 978-0-7171-82886


All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without written permission of the publishers or else under the terms of any licence permitting limited copying issued by the Irish Copyright Licensing Agency.


Editor: Donna Garvin Design and layout: Liz White Designs Illustrations: Charlie Alder/The Bright Agency


The paper used in this book is made from the wood pulp of managed forests. For every tree felled, at least one tree is planted, thereby renewing natural resources.


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