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Malachi and Chelsey went in our classroom to fetch a pail playdough. Malachi fell down and broke his crown and Chelsey came tumbling after.
Jaydon and Philip went in our classroom to fetch a pail of blocks. Jaydon fell down and broke his crown and Philip came tumbling after.
Robbie and Nathan went in our classroom to fetch a pail of pencils. Robbie fell down and broke his crown and Nathan came tumbling after.
Nicole and Jetta went in our classroom to fetch a pail of punches. Nicole fell down and broke her crown and Jetta came tumbling after.
Haylee and Shayla went in our classroom to fetch a pail of food. Haylee fell down and broke her crown and Shayla came tumbling after.
Trevor and Kerrigan went in our classroom to fetch a pail of bottles. Trevor fell down and broke his crown and Kerrigan came tumbling after.
Grady and Toby went in our classroom to fetch a pail of sticks. Grady fell down and broke his crown and Toby came tumbling after.
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