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(Grades PK-2) Looking for a Red Ribbon Week story to open discussion with your students about how medication can be unsafe if they decide to take it instead of letting their parent or another trustworthy adult give it to them? This professionally illustrated digital story tells the story of how one little girl decides she knows exactly which medicine she needs to take in order to get well enough to go to school. Full video with professional read aloud of the book Sarah's Sick Day.
This download includes a ZIP folder with two files:
1) Digital Story Book Video (3:15 minutes)
2) Story Companion Activities Sheets
Sarah’s Sick Day
Sarah really wants to go to school today, but she's feeling very sick. It's share day, her favorite day of the week. If she stays home, she'll miss sharing her new birthday doll, he'll miss snack time with her friend, Grace, and she'll miss story time. Her mom says she's going to call the doctor, but Sarah knows just what medicine she should take to feel better—or does she?
(If you'd like a softcover edition of this story for your class library, please shop your favorite online bookstore $9.95.)
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