By Anne D. Mather
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Then the girls were assigned to work on a science project together. Jeanice wanted to do a project on spiders. She loved the outdoors and looked forward to spending afternoons outside photographing and studying spiders. When Mary Jo said she couldn’t be in the sun for very long, Jeanice thought she was afraid of spiders but was embarassed to admit it. But Mary Jo said she would be happy to do research on the Internet about the spiders Jeanice photographed. During the next few weeks, Jeanice began to know Mary Jo better.
It consisted of matching up two cards of the same number. The trick was that the whole deck of cards was spread out on the table upside down. Each turn, you could flip up two cards. If they matched—a pair of 2s, a pair of kings—you kept those cards and took another turn. “I’ve heard that young people can really focus on things, but adults have too much on their minds,” said her mom. ” Just then, her mom dropped a card. Leaning down to pick it up, she noticed something. Their kitchen table was glass.
Why or why not? Should she change the way she keeps it? What are some problems that could occur if Isabel does not clean out her desk? 56 Cleanliness The Closet Clean-up W hen Ellen went to the closet to find her umbrella, she found dust, old magazines, shoes, and a pile of clothes—but no umbrella. Not yet, anyway. She and her older sister Alyssa were planning to take a walk in the rain, but when they couldn’t find umbrellas they decided to clean out their closet instead. They both found clothes that didn’t fit anymore.
Character Building Day by Day by Anne D. Mather