Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit Fun Activities

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Illustrate the class projects.

When first in public school, Jean often wonders why her projects, executed with equal or better skill than others, are not well accepted by the teachers. Make an illustration that shows a project of hers amidst the projects of the other students, making sure the content of hers makes it stand out. You can do her sewing project, her Easter project, or another of your imagination that is consistent with her style.

Illustrate a Biblical scene.

Throughout the book Jean refers to many Biblical scenes. Make an illustration or other representation of one with significance in the story, for example Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the fiery furnace. Be prepared to show your work to the class and explain how it connects to the story.

Write a parable.

Jean uses parable like stories throughout her book to make her points. Write...

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