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Photo/Illustration Credits: Front cover, Art Wolfe / Tony Stone Images;
p. 1, Barry L. Runk / Grant Heilman Photography; p. 2, Stephen Dalton / Animals
Animals; p. 2(inset), Gregory Dimijian / Photo Researchers; p. 3, Alan Carey / Photo
Researchers; p. 3(inset), John Gerlach / Animals Animals; p. 4, Charles V. Angelo /
Photo Researchers; p. 4(inset), W. Gregory Brown / Animals Animals; p. 5(both),
Stephen Dalton / Animals Animals; p. 6(both), Mella Panzella / Animals Animals;
p. 7, Elizabeth Weiland / Photo Researchers; p. 7(inset), David Stocklein / The Stock
Market; p. 8, Joe McDonald / Animals Animals; p. 8(inset), Terry Eggers / The Stock
Market; Back cover (l), Barry L. Runk / Grant Heilman Photography; Back cover (r),
Joe McDonald / Animals Animals.
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by Wendy Benton
Visit The Learning Site!
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A bird has wings.
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It can fly.
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A dog has legs.
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It can run.
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A monkey has ar ms.
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It can swing.
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Animals can move!
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Teache r/F am ily M e m be r
Invite your child to tell you his or her favorite way to move, such as
running, hopping, or swinging. Have him or her draw a picture of
this action. Then have your child add an arrow pointing to the body
par t he or she is using to move.
High Frequency Words: a, has, it, can
Word Count: 24
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