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My Dino-mite Jobs at School
When I go to school, I have to do my jobs.My engine speed is just right and I am ready to work!
My jobs are: to sit up straight to follow directions to work with other students
When I am sitting up straight, I can sit on my T-stool, sit on my chair, or sit on the floor.
I am so happy that Enrique is listening to directions!When I follow directions, I am looking at my teacher and doing what she says. I am so happy that Enrique is listening to directions!
When I work with other students, I sit by them, I share with them, and I answer them when they talk to me.
When I do my all of my jobs at school, I get to use the computer.
When I do my jobs, I am happy and my teacher is happy too!
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