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Create Memory Stories

Create Memory Stories

Ask the child to choose a meaningful memory and to write the story down. To guide the storytelling, fold a piece of paper into thirds, or use a word processing document with three sections. Label the first section, “What Happened,” the second section, “Why is it Special,” and the third section, “How it Changed You.” Have the child read aloud the story when it is finished.

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Fri, May 29, '20

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