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Fast Forward : Fast forward to five years after the story ends. Write a summary of what you think would have happened to the MacIvey ’s land and the Seminole village. Also, describe how you think the MacIveys would have reacted to the current state of Florida. Group B Cows/Orange Flyer : Create a flyer for the McIvey’s family business featuring both their cattle driving and orange growing expertise. (Try your hand at Microsoft Word Publisher (if you have it)). Final flyer should be in color on unlined 8.5 x 11 inch paper. Map It : Print out (or photocopy from a book) a map of Florida. Label the corresponding areas with some of the major events that happened in the story. The final map should be in color. It should be done on an unlined piece of 8.5 x 11 inch paper, mounted on a piece of construction paper or card stock which will serve as a border that frames the map. Custard-Apple Forest Warning Sign : Create a sign that would be posted at the entrance of the custard-apple forest that is located near the Seminole Indian village. The sign can be humorous or satirical in nature and should include the hazards of the forest along with what it symbolizes in the story. The sign may be done on poster board, but should not be smaller than unlined 8.5 x 11 inch paper. The finished sign must be in color. For questions, contact Mrs. Vogt at [email protected] after August 1. Questions can also be addressed at magnet camp (Everglades Experience) on August 7. Do not contact Science Eye about summer reading.
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