How to Penguin Dance
Here is how you do a dance called The Penguin.
Stand like a penguin.
Put your feet together and put your arms down by your sides.
Take two small steps to the left.
Take two small steps to the right.
Jump with your feet together and arms out.
Fall to your belly and slide forward like a penguin.
Move your arms as if you could swim.
Stand up and start the dance again.
Make up a dance to a song you like.
Why did the author write this passage?
What do you do first to dance The Penguin?
Why does the dancer fall to his belly and slide forward?
Listen to this sentence from the passage: Stand up and start the dance again. This means the dancer should.
How is the passage organized?