Iris loves to swing.
Her mom used to push her high.
Now she can swing all by herself.
She swings higher than the ladybugs.
She swings higher than the bumblebees.
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Shelby The Shy
My name is Shelby, and I’m shy.
After he ate his breakfast of hay and oats, Willie the donkey had nothing to do. He galloped across his small pasture and rolled in the dirt. “Ah-choo!” The dirt made Willie sneeze. So he looked around for something better to do.
Cardboard boxes, tape and string— stick them all together and you have a new thing:
Max And Kate
Max and Kate are making a hideout in the backyard with a table and blankets. Mo and Kiwi smell the yummy cookies.
Iris Loves To Swing
Iris loves to swing.
A Castle Around The Corner
Every day, my dad, my sister Jocelyn, and I walk our dog, Strawberry.
With a grownup, cut out boats along the solid lines.
Little Turtle's Toy Boat
Papa Turtle made a toy boat for Little Turtle.
The salty breeze sneaks through the open porthole and tickles my cheek.
Where's The Rain?
“I’m hot,” said a bee, buzzing slowly by a tree.
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