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  1. Morning Warm- Up!Last week we read about how Kim and Brad helped a small red bird that lived in a tree in their neighborhood. How did Kim and Brad help the bird? How can we help animals around the world?

  2. Morning Warm- Up!Today we will read about how animals get around. They can travel by water, air, or land. Have you ever seen animals swim by?

  3. Morning Warm- Up!Today we will read about a park in Africa. People can watch wild animals there. What animals do you know that live in Africa?

  4. Morning Warm- Up!Today we will read about dogs, raccoons, and hippos. Do you know what these animals like to eat? What do the animals you know like to eat?

  5. Morning Warm- Up!This week we read about animals who live in different places around the world. Some live on native lands, others on nature reserves. Why do animals live where they do?