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Miss Kim

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Rosie's Walk Storymap

We are learning to give and follow directions I can describe different places and locations A story map shows the important parts of the story and the order of the story Listen to the story of Rosie's Walk and look at the example of the story map 1. Use a double page of your Remote Learning book to make a story map all about Rosie's walk 2. Write the direction words from the story on your story map, such as - - under the beehives - through the fence - on top of the rake - on top of the wagon - in the haystack Be a teacher and describe your story map. Teach the direction words from your map

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Reading
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