The Real Thing
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What's the difference between a real dog and a pretend dog? First graders choose the illustrations of Gloria the dog from Officer Buckle and Gloria that show a dog doing something that a real dog can do, such as barking or sleeping in a dog bed.
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- Helpful to use with Peggy Rathmann's short story, but can stand alone as its own assignment in a lesson about dogs or fiction versus non-fiction
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