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Baby Monsters Digg n' Dugg [kids coloring page: 15]
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Baby Monsters Digg n' Dugg just got back from a trip to the past. They wanted to learn more hieroglyphics (which is a special way of writing with pictures instead of letters), so they visited Egyptian history.

There they met a little boy named Tut. Actually, he was a pharaoh (which is like a king) and his full name was Nebkheperure Tutankhamun, but he said to call him King Tut.

King Tut didn't have much time to play – since he was only nine years old when he became the ruler of Egypt (3,300 years ago) – but he knew all about hieroglyphs, so he turned Baby Monsters Digg n' Dugg into one.

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Baby Monsters Digg n' Dugg: Learning from each other, making stories together, discovering what's important to you.

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5 new storytellers made this great children's story,
"Baby Monsters Digg n' Dugg [kids coloring page: 15]"
even better by writing...

  1. Storyteller Alice 11 added to the children's story:

    After my dad saw this picture he made me play Dig Dug.
    I wasn't very good at it. The dragons kept killing me.
    But not my dad. He could blow them up.
    He said he used to play Dig Dug all the time
    and that I should practice some more.
    When we were done, he showed me Burgertime.

  2. Storyteller Mrs. Murphy’s Class (3rd grade) added to the children's story:

    I dig, dig, dig,
    dug, dug, dug,
    cut, cut, cut
    and fall through the hole.

  3. Storyteller Mrs. Murphy’s Class (3rd grade) added to the children's story:

    Baby Monster Digg wanted to go this way,
    but Baby Monster Dugg wanted to go that way.
    So they went round and round and round.

  4. Storyteller Mrs. Murphy’s Class (3rd grade) added to the children's story:

    Josie, thanks for the new coloring page and podcast.

  5. Storyteller Ben (10) added to the children's story:

    My babymonsters Digg n' Dugg are blue and green and gray and yellow

    They got green on their pants because they were digging up the lawn


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This children's story can be found in the My Baby Monsters Storytelling Library of Children's Stories, under The Best Free Coloring Pages. It was written by Josie (Daughter of My Baby Monsters and Child Storyteller) on Friday, November 24th, 2006 at 11:18 am (Josie Time, UTC +2).

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