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Erica Jasna Struble

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Read Across America - "My Many Colored Days"

Sometimes we can describe our day as a color. Other days, we might not know what color would describe us or our day could be described as having many colors during the day. "But it all turns out all right you see. And I go back to being . . . me." Celebrate Read Across America with this very colorful story by Dr. Seuss. 1. Click the add response button. 2. Click on the play button to watch the read-aloud, "My Many Colored Days" by Dr. Seuss, with paintings by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher. 3. After watching the read-aloud, go to slide 2. What color are you today? Finish the sentence starter by clicking and moving the color word to the sentence stem and then clicking and moving the color to the frame. Remember, you can be different colors during the day, and that is ok! 4. Click on the green checkmark to upload your work.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, Reading, Social Emotional Learning
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The read-aloud is embedded in the activity.