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Are You An Ant?
(Sentence Sense)

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Read to children Are You An Ant? by Judy Allen. Discuss some facts about ants that children learned. Next, prepare word cards that when correctly ordered create a factual sentence about ants. (Example: An ant has six legs.) Mix up the cards and let children assemble them to create a sentence.


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05/18/2009

 

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