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Suzy Lolley

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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 drawing. 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 check when your drawing is finished. Now, tap mic to record yourself talking about your favorite place to read. Tap mic again to stop. Tap check. Choose your animal and your name and tap check 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.