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Kelli Snyder

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Enemy Pie

pages 1 Tap on the link to listen to the book, Enemy Pie. pages 2 Use the drawing and mic tools to share what your enemy pie would look like, smell like, and taste like. pages 3 Use the drawing tools to illustrate another way that the boy could have gotten rid of his enemy. Then, use the label or mic tools to talk about your illustration. Tap the check.

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

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You can add voice captions to any of the labels by tapping ... then unlock, then voice. Then record your voice caption. Link to book: https://storylineonline.net/books/enemy-pie/ Enemy Pie book cover was found through a Google search. Seesaw icon pictures are from the Seesaw Icon Cards pdf.

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