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  • Laura Gubler

    Students write about a time they got hurt (Ouch Stories). Use bandaids as artwork when they publish their s stories. What a cute idea for a summer activity!!! Kids get plenty of" hurts during summer and this also gives them some "brain excercises" while school is out!

  • Renee Williams

    2nd graders write recounts about a time they got hurt (Ouch Stories). use bandaids as artwork when they publish their stories.

  • Michelle McHugh Bergen

    Writing Ideas! Students write about a time they got hurt (Ouch Stories). Use bandaids as artwork when they publish their stories. Cute!

  • Dawn Baltzell

    Students write about a time they got hurt (Ouch Stories). Use band aids = Cute!

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