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Find out how you can play 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 games at school: hiding games, playground games, garden games, running and jumping games, and sitting games. Connect ...
Look! Here comes a little caterpillar. Connect to the fiction text pair, Sleepy Little Caterpillar.
A boy uses different colors of paper to make a flower.
Min Monkey is eating bananas. Oh, no! The bananas are going up and down in his tummy. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Chocolate Banana Pops.
Baby Dinosaur is hiding. Where is she? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Can You See It? ...
Baby Dinosaur is asleep in the nest. Little Ant is playing on Baby Dinosaur’s back, going up and down. Then Little Ant goes to sleep with Baby Dinosaur. ...
Baby Dinosaur can play. The little dinosaur can play, too. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, My Dinosaurs.
Baby Dinosaur can see a little egg in a big nest, and a little dinosaur comes out of the egg. Then the little dinosaur’s mother comes, so Baby Dinosaur and ...
Baby Dinosaur is running home, but then she runs into the big log. Baby Dinosaur gets up, up, up and keeps running home. Connect to the nonfiction text ...
We look at different objects that are either hot or cold.
We all have a birthday. You have a birthday, too. Connect to the fiction text pair, Lea's Birthday.
See what happens as a girl puts different colored blocks on the scales.She can make the blocks go up and down. Connect to the fiction text pair, On the Log.
Look at me and my things.
Little Sea Horse is looking for food in a cave. Oh, no! Big Crab is in the cave, too. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, The Aquarium.
This monkey is for me! Connect to the fiction text pair, Min Monkey.
Find out about baby animals coming out of eggs—birds, crocodiles, ostriches, and turtles. Connect to the fiction text pair, Baby Dinosaur and the Egg.
A boy and a girl look at toys floating in water.
Mom and the baby arrive home. Ben wants the baby to go in his bed, but the baby needs to go in a little bed. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Baby Comes ...
Kate and Mom make a BIG cake for Dad, but when he sees the cake, it is little! They follow the cake crumbs on the floor and find that Max the dog has a BIG ...
Kate is looking for the balloons. Where are they? Are they with Max? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Big Balloon.
Find out how the little boy plays in his yard and at school. He can do the same things, just in a different way. Connect to the fiction text pair, Play with ...
A puppy plays in lots of different places. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Pets Can Play.
A girl makes a picture and is surprised by a friendly bee.
The girl is in the bathtub, and she can see the bubbles. Her toy duck, frog, and fish can play in the bubbles. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, See the ...
The little boy is safe at the pool, at the beach, on the swing, and in the car. Baby is safe, too! Connect to the fiction text pair, Lea Can Swim.
We look at different places and objects along a city street.
We explore the inside and outside of a home.
Find out how to make a ladybug puppet using two paper plates, painting them red, and sticking on the head, legs, feelers, spots, and eyes. Connect to the ...
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