Chapter 8 – Raggedy Ann and the New Dolls – Raggedy Ann Stories

Raggedy Ann Stories contains 13 short stories about the classic rag doll and her friends. Here’s Chapter 8, Raggedy Ann and the New Dolls. We invite you to read and listen to the story, and then discuss it by responding to the questions below, as well as interacting with other students responding to the story by adding constructive comments, questions, and responses.

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Don’t forget to revisit the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post, to review the English vocabulary and American English idioms part of this story, increase your American English vocabulary and idioms, as well as increase your comprehension. Click here for the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post.

Now you can improve your English reading comprehension as well as writing skills by responding to the following questions in the comments section below:

1. What did the new dolls think about Raggedy Ann and her friends?
2. How did Raggedy Ann become friends with the new dolls?
3. The new dolls talked about Raggedy Ann’s clothes. Do you think a person’s clothes can tell you about who they really are? Give some examples.

Chapter 7 – Raggedy Ann’s Trip on the River – Raggedy Ann Stories

Raggedy Ann Stories contains 13 short stories about the classic rag doll and her friends. Here’s Chapter 7, Raggedy Ann’s Trip on the River. We invite you to read and listen to the story, and then discuss it by responding to the questions below, as well as interacting with other students responding to the story by adding constructive comments, questions, and responses.

Here’s the text for Chapter 7, Raggedy Ann’s Trip on the River.

Here’s the audio for Chapter 7, Raggedy Ann’s Trip on the River. We encourage you to listen along with the audio, and for added benefit, to read the story out loud together with the text and the audio.

Don’t forget to revisit the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post, to review the English vocabulary and American English idioms part of this story, increase your American English vocabulary and idioms, as well as increase your comprehension. Click here for the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post.

Now you can improve your English reading comprehension as well as writing skills by responding to the following questions in the comments section below:

1. Do you think Raggedy Ann had a good trip up the river? What makes you think so?
2. Did Raggedy Ann get angry with Fido? Why did she, or why didn’t she?
3. Describe a time when someone made a mistake and something bad happened, such as what Fido did in the story. What did you do in that situation? Did you get angry? What should happen to the person who caused the bad thing to happen?

Chapter 6 – Raggedy Ann Saves Fido – Raggedy Ann Stories

Raggedy Ann Stories contains 13 short stories about the classic rag doll and her friends. Here’s Chapter 6, Raggedy Ann Saves Fido. We invite you to read and listen to the story, and then discuss it by responding to the questions below, as well as interacting with other students responding to the story by adding constructive comments, questions, and responses.

Here’s the text for Chapter 6, Raggedy Ann Saves Fido.

Here’s the audio for Chapter 6, Raggedy Ann Saves Fido. We encourage you to listen along with the audio, and for added benefit, to read the story out loud together with the text and the audio.

Don’t forget to revisit the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post, to review the English vocabulary and American English idioms part of this story, increase your American English vocabulary and idioms, as well as increase your comprehension. Click here for the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post.

Now you can improve your English reading comprehension as well as writing skills by responding to the following questions in the comments section below:

1. Who is Peterkins? Why did the dolls need to see him.
2. How did Raggedy Ann save Fido?
3. The dolls and Peterkins had to work together as a team. Can you describe a time when you worked in a team to get something difficult done?

Chapter 5 – Raggedy Ann and the Painter – Raggedy Ann Stories

Raggedy Ann Stories contains 13 short stories about the classic rag doll and her friends. Here’s Chapter 5, Raggedy Ann and the Painter. We invite you to read and listen to the story, and then discuss it by responding to the questions below, as well as interacting with other students responding to the story by adding constructive comments, questions, and responses.

Here’s the text for Chapter 5, Raggedy Ann and the Painter.

Here’s the audio for Chapter 5, Raggedy Ann and the Painter. We encourage you to listen along with the audio, and for added benefit, to read the story out loud together with the text and the audio.

Don’t forget to revisit the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post, to review the English vocabulary and American English idioms part of this story, increase your American English vocabulary and idioms, as well as increase your comprehension. Click here for the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post.

Now you can improve your English reading comprehension as well as writing skills by responding to the following questions in the comments section below:

1. What happened to Raggedy Ann after she fell in the paint?
2. What is Raggedy Ann’s secret?
3. Raggedy Ann’s heart has a personal motto (a saying that helps remind her to do her best.) What could be your personal motto?

Chapter 4 – Raggedy Ann and the Kite – Raggedy Ann Stories

Raggedy Ann Stories contains 13 short stories about the classic rag doll and her friends. Here’s Chapter 4, Raggedy Ann and the Kite. We invite you to read and listen to the story, and then discuss it by responding to the questions below, as well as interacting with other students responding to the story by adding constructive comments, questions, and responses.

Here’s the text for Chapter 4, Raggedy Ann and the Kite.

Here’s the audio for Chapter 4, Raggedy Ann and the Kite. We encourage you to listen along with the audio, and for added benefit, to read the story out loud together with the text and the audio.

Don’t forget to revisit the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post, to review the English vocabulary and American English idioms part of this story, increase your American English vocabulary and idioms, as well as increase your comprehension. Click here for the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post.

Now you can improve your English reading comprehension as well as writing skills by responding to the following questions in the comments section below:

1. What happened to Raggedy Ann after she was untied from the kite?
2. Who had the idea to put Raggedy Ann on the kite? Do you think it was a good idea?
3. Think of 3 things that are special to you. What are some ways you can make sure you won’t lose them?