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a head -What is this? -This is a head. 2
an eye -What are these? -These are eyes. 3
a nose -What is this? -This is a nose. 4
a mouth -What is this? -This is a mouth. 5
an ear -What is this? -This is an ear. 6
a shoulder -What are these? -These are shoulders. 7
a knee -What are these? -These are knees. 8
a toe -What are these? -These are toes. 9
Head Shoulder Nose Eye Ear Mouth Knee Toe 10
This is a(n) … a)earear b)eyeeye 11
This is a(n) … a)mouthmouth b)nosenose 12
These are … a)kneesknees b)shouldersshoulders 13
hairhair eyeeye earear nosenose mouthmouth NEXT.
? mouth eyes feet head nose toes ears fingers hands.
5.9 + = 10 a)3.6 b)4.1 c)5.3 Question 1: Good Answer!! Well Done!! = 10 Question 1:
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