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Sharing - Should You Share Everything?



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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.74

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    energize, recall, well-balanced, there, allow, share, should, able, also, idea, friendship, means, learn, meal, safe, great


Sharing - Should You Share Everything?
By Mary Perrin
  

1     There are times when you should share things. You show your friends you care about them when you share your toys. This does not mean you give your things away. It simply means that you allow them to play with your things when you are together. Your friends like it when you share. It makes them feel good about your friendship. Your friends can feel sad when you do not share with them. You might be able to recall a time when someone did not share with you. Your feelings may have been hurt. To have hurt feelings means that you are saddened by what someone has done or said to you. There are also times when you should not share things. Sharing your toothbrush is not a good idea. Your teacher may also suggest that you do not share your lunch with other students. Your lunch is supposed to energize your body. .....
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