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Are You An Ant?
(Sentence Sense)


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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