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Shelly Brock

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Please Please the Bees

I can listen to different ideas about characters. 1. Please click on the picture and listen to Please Please the Bees. 2. When you finish, think about Benedict the bear. Throughout the story you learned about different ways Benedict could be. In the story, there were times when Benedict was sad, stressed, hard working, or grateful. What was going on in the story? Why was he that way? 3. Click add and use the video or mic tools to do the activity pages. 4. Go to page one. Look at the pictures and think about the story. Why was Benedict sad? Either pretend to be Benedict and act out why he was sad, or use evidence from the story to tell why Benedict was sad. 5. On page two, act out or tell why Benedict was stressed. 6. On page three, act out or tell when and why Benedict was hard working. 7. Finally, on page four, act out or tell why Benedict was grateful. 8. Click check to add your response to your journal. HAVE FUN!

Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, 1st Grade, Reading, Home Learning, English Language Learners
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