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Sarah Said

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My Voice: The Smallest Girl in the Smallest Grade (Activity One)

Learning Target: I can reflect on the importance of speaking up in my crew. You just heard the book The Smallest Girl in the Smallest Grade by Justin Roberts, read by Mrs.Said. Some of you are learning in your crew, where others are learning from home. Regardless of where you are learning from, your voice is still important to your crew. Sally McCabe's voice became important to her crew members when she noticed things were not right and had to speak up about them. Once she did, her peers joined her. She was a leader in her crew. Why is it important for you to have a voice in your crew? Take a selfie... we want to see you, write about it, and explain it... we want to hear you! Amplify your voice just like Sally! These last few months, have been hard on our families, friends, crew and community. Like Sally McCabe, you have a voice in you that will help you crew grow during these difficult times. Whether you are at school or at home, your voice matters.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Social Emotional Learning, English Language Arts
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