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20 printable pages for students to create dialogue between the president (Lincoln or Washington) and a boy on a skateboard or a girl hitting a softball, a niece or friend’s son, a stranger on a skateboard or neighbor jumping on a trampoline. Each page has a cute picture and a sports-related prompt, like: The president tosses the ball to the little girl. She swings and misses. Then she starts to cry. What do they say to each other? Or, A boy kicks a soccer ball and it hits the president on the head. What do they say to each other? Or, The president and his nephew play catch with a Frisbee. What do they say to each other? Or, The president is next in line. He’s ready. He wants to win. But the boy is scared. What do they say to each other? Each prompt will get your students thinking about dialogue, words that two characters might say to each other. Use this when we honor our presidents or elect a new one. Take a look at the Preview to see six sample pages from this packet.
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