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Patience - Can You Wait Patiently?



Patience - Can You Wait Patiently?

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     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.33

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     challenging words:    impatience, opposite, hopefully, longer, holding, important, treat, also, without, patient, force, control, teach, your, means, trust


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Patience - Can You Wait Patiently?
By Mary Perrin
  

1     Your mom gives you a candy bar. She tells you not to eat it yet. Your mouth starts to water. You want to eat the candy bar. You do not want to wait. Your mom is forcing you to be patient. Waiting is hard. Waiting is called having patience. If you eat the candy bar now, you would disobey your mother. It would also mean that you show impatience. Impatience means that you cannot wait any longer to do what you want to do. Patience is something you learn to have. You learn patience when you force yourself to do the opposite of want you really want to do. You will have more patience if you teach yourself how to control your actions. You should feel proud of yourself .....
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