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Meagan da Silva

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Whoever You Are

We read Whoever You Are by Mem Fox today. We discussed the main message in the book and decided that we might look different on the outside but we have a lot in common on the inside. You made a list of how children in the world are the same and different. Use this list to write a poem. Here is an example: Whoever we are, wherever we are We are different Lisa likes apples Khalid likes oranges Lee likes pears We are different! BUT Whoever we are, wherever we are We are the same. Lisa likes movies Khalid likes movies Lee likes movies too We are the same!

4th Grade, History
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