EARLY CHILDHOOD LITERACY

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PANTOMIMING DOES NOT: DETRACT FROM STORYTELLING, OR OFTEN INVOLVE EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES.

  1. Ms. Sue

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  2. GuruBlue

    No, pantomiming does not detract from story telling.

    Yes, pantomiming does often involve everyday activities.

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