Published on March 20, 2014
What do you do when... ?
When I’m thirsty, I drink water.
When he’s cold, he wears a hoodie.
When she’s hungry, she eats an apple.
When they’re hot, they go swimming.
When we’re happy, we dance.
When I’m sleepy, I take a nap.
What do you do if… ?
If I’m thirsty, I drink water.
If he’s cold, he wears a hoodie.
If she’s hungry, she eats an apple.
If they’re hot, they go swimming.
If we’re happy, we dance.
If I’m sleepy, I take a nap.
What do you do when... ? What do you do if… ?
ride a bike eat chips take a shower
How I feel What I do I’m thirsty I’m hungry I’m tired I’m bored I’m happy I’m cold I’m hot
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