The Biggest Ears

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The elephant with the biggest ears flapped in the wind so much that they covered the elephant’s face. He could almost use them as a blanket or a towel to dry his face. The elephant with the biggest ears could hear everything … no matter how small the sound or how quiet the mice. The elephant with the biggest ears only had to flap his ears and he threw every fly flying around him into the air with a tornedo. The biggest ears could hear every sound that was made in the jungle … every creak of a tree, every rustle of leaves. Radio waves echoed on his eardrums and bounced around the jungle. The biggest ears could hear singing from five hundred miles away … and whispers from even further. There was no hush when the biggest ears were listening. They could hear everything. The biggest ears came in very handy for washing the pots .. and drying them. Great for cleaning the floor and windows … great to be used as curtains. The biggest ears were so great that they could be wrapped around your neck as a scarf, great as a button – up shirt. The biggest ears could be used as a jumper, as well as a pair of socks.

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How many words can you think of with an “ear” inside ? Example – year.

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Dizzy Lizzy With Lis – tening Ears

Circle L – I – S inside these words.

realisation

listen

visualisation

externalisation

nationalisation

decimalisation

listener

listening

enlist

Can you think of anymore words that Lis can hide inside ?
 

© Jacqueline Richards 2005

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