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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by JK Rowling Perspective of Hagrid's Pink Umbrella: I really wish he would stop pointing and banging me so hard when he did his magic! Why does Harry think he is so cool, when I am the one actually performing the spells. Wizards get all the glory, while wands and other objects are the ones actually doing the work! I mean, I am an umbrella! Muggles use me to keep rain from their heads, but I can actually perform magic spells! I should get some credit for that!

Karen Horton

Student Instructions

The Voice of an Object

1. Hit the add button. 2. Hit the note button. 3. Write the title of the book you were reading and the author. 4.Pick an object that was in your book today, and tell me what happened in the story from its perspective. What would the object have said if it was telling the story? 4. Hit the green check twice to turn in.

3rd Grade, English Language Arts
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire