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La nevera de Maddi Leído por Isabella Gomez
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© Storyline Online/SAG-AFTRA Foundation

Grade Level Grades 1-3
Resource Type Activity
Standards Alignment
Common Core State Standards

About This Lesson

Sofía y Maddi viven en el mismo barrio, juegan en el mismo parque y van a la misma escuela. Pero mientras que la nevera de la casa de Sofía está siempre llena, la de Maddi siempre está vacía, completamente vacía, con solo un cartón de leche.

—¿Por qué tu mamá no va al mercado? —pregunta Sofía.
—Porque no tenemos suficiente dinero.
—¿Y qué pasa si les da hambre?
—Tenemos un poco de pan —dijo Maddi—.

Por favor, no se lo digas a nadie.
Sofía le promete a Maddi que no dirá nada, pero se propone ayudar a su mejor amiga. Esconde comida para llevarle a Maddi en su mochila, y pronto descubre que, aunque el pescado y los huevos son buenos para los niños, no lo son para las mochilas. Sin embargo, a pesar de las buenas intenciones y esfuerzos de Sofía, la realidad es que la nevera de Maddi continúa vacía.

Sofía prometió no decir nada. ¿Qué puede hacer entonces?

Isabella Gomez lee La nevera de Maddi de Storyline Online, está escrito por Lois Brandt e ilustrado por Vin Vogel.




September 23, 2022
3.87 MB
'La nevera de Maddi' leído por Isabella Gomez
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