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I SPY! Linda Adams
Can you spy the main idea? The main idea, The main idea. Can you spy the main idea? The main idea of the story?
I can spy the main idea. The main idea. The main idea. I can spy the main idea. The main idea is ____.
Can you spy the story setting, The story setting, The story setting? Can you spy the story setting, The setting in this story?
I can spy the story setting. The story setting, I can spy the story setting. The story setting is ______.
Can you spy the characters? The characters? Can you spy the characters, The characters in this story?
I can spy the characters, The characters, The characters. I can spy the characters The characters are ____.
Can you spy the story problem? The story problem, The story problem? Can you spy the story problem? The problem in this story?
I can spy the story problem. The story problem, The story problem. I can spy the story problem The story problem is _____.
Can you spy the story solution? The story solution, The story solution. Can you spy the story solution, The solution to this problem.
I can spy the story solution, The story solution, The story solution. I can spy the story solution, The story solution is ____.
Introduction Find out about character 1 Find out about character 2 Move the story on.
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