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Suzy Lolley

Student Instructions

Choosing a Place to Read

You have been learning about choosing a good place to read a book. On this picture, draw your favorite place to read. It should have good light, quiet, and be comfortable. It might even have a table where you can put your book. Tap . Choose a color from the RAINBOW bar. You may use as many colors as you need. Draw yourself reading a favorite book in a good place. Tap when your drawing is finished. Now, tap to record yourself talking about your favorite place to read. Tap again to stop. Tap . Choose your animal and your name and tap to show your work to your teacher and friends.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Reading
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity was created for Fulton County Schools 1st Grade Reading, Unit 1, Week 3, Day 1.