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The Same but Different

Here is a story written by Allen C. I (his mother) am going to type it up just as he has written it. Then show you after we added some corrections.

The Same But Diffrent

Alligaters are diffrent from crocodiles. They look alike but there not. They are in the same family. Alligaters nose is a U shape. Crocodiles nose is a V shape. Alligators teeth do not show when there mouth is close. Crocodiles teeth show when there mouth is close. Alligaters coler is black. Crocodiles colers are greenish brown. Alligaters only swim is fresh water. Crocodiles swim in salt water. So even though you think there the same they have many different.

The Same But Different

A lot of people wonder what the differences are between alligators and crocodiles. They are in the same family and look alike but they do have differences. The alligators nose is a U shape. The crocodiles nose is a V shape. Alligators teeth do not show when there mouth is closed. Crocodiles teeth do show when there mouth is closed. The color of an alligator is black. But the crocodiles color is greenish brown. Alligators only swim is fresh water. But crocodiles can swim in fresh water and salt water. So even though you think they’re the same they do have some differences.

By Allen C.
First Grade
Mrs. McBride’s Class

Comments on: "The Same but Different" (3)

  1. Nancy Barth said:

    You’re only in first grade, Allen?? I’ll bet you could make a neat picture book out of your story, too.

  2. Elizabeth B. said:

    Wow! this is REALLY good work for someone in first grade!

  3. I like it!

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