Pobble 365

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June 26th


Photo : Photo courtesy of John Wilhelm www.1x.com

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Question time!

Why has Macy not told anyone else about her power?

Why has she told her sister?

What power is it that Macy possesses?

How do you think Judith feels about Macy and her powers?

Why are the two children walking along the road at night?

How would you feel if you saw Macy performing this feat?

How might Macy use these powers in the future?

Would you like to have Macy’s power?

What problems might Macy face?

Perfect picture!

Think about the powers that Macy possesses.

Can you draw something else extraordinary that she can do?

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Story starter!

Macy kept her powers secret. Not even her parents knew about the things she could do.

Macy had known from a very young age that she was different, and although she was fascinated by the magic that she possessed, it also frightened her.

Her younger sister, Judith, gripped her hand tightly. She was the only person that Macy had trusted with her secret, so far…

Sentence challenge!

Can you identify all of the verbs in the following sentences?

Macy and her sister walked cautiously along the road. Judith held her older sister’s hand, and squeezed it gently as the magic happened.

Macy reached up towards the streetlamp, whose head miraculously bent down as if to greet them, it’s long, thin metal body bending and twisting like a snake.

”It must be magic!” Judith whispered excitedly.

Sick sentences!

These sentences are ‘sick’ and need your help to get better. Can you help?

The girls walked along the road. Macy put up her hand. Something happened. It was amazing

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