It was noon on Tuesday, and Dorothy was hungry. She walked to the kitchen and opened the refrigerator.
"I want to make a sandwich," she said.
She took some food from the refrigerator. She took many things. She put all the food on the table.
Dorothy took the bread and cut it. She put two pieces on her plate. She put lettuce on the bread. She put tomatoes on the bread. She put onions on the bread.
"What else should I put on the sandwich?" she asked.
She saw peanut butter. She saw jelly.
"I don't like lettuce, tomatoes, and onions with peanut butter and jelly," Dorothy said.
She saw some mustard.
"Yes, that will be delicious with lettuce, tomatoes, and onions!"
Dorothy used a knife to spread the mustard on the bread.
"What else will I put on my sandwich?" Dorothy asked.
Dorothy did not eat meat. She did not want ham. She did not want turkey.
"I will put cheese on my sandwich," Dorothy said.
Cheese is made from milk. Cheese is not meat.
Dorothy made a sandwich with bread, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, mustard, and cheese.
"This is delicious!" Dorothy said.
Audio version of "Making a Sandwich"
(Questions with pictures have answers! Just click the picture!)
1. What room was Dorothy in?
2. What vegetables were on Dorothy's sandwich?
4. Dorothy does not eat _____.
5. Did Dorothy use this to make her sandwich?
6. What is cheese made from?
7. Did Dorothy like the sandwich?
8. In the story, what day will tomorrow be?
9. What food is made from this?
10. How many ingredients were in the sandwich?