Answer these questions to see what you should be when you "grow up".
She began her film career in at the age of three, and infound international fame in Bright Eyes, a feature film designed specifically for her talents.
She received a special Juvenile Academy Award in Februaryand film hits such as Curly Top and Heidi followed year after year during the mid-to-late s.
Licensed merchandise that capitalized on her wholesome image included dolls, dishes, and clothing.
Her box office popularity waned as she reached adolescence, and she left the film industry at the age of At first I was a 'fraidy cat But now I know it's growing pains. When I grow up In a year or two or three, I'll be happy as can be Like a birdie in a tree.
When I grow up There's a lot I want to do. I will have real dollies too, Like the woman in the shoe! I want to be a teacher so the children can say, Teacher dear The gangs all here With apples today. When I grow up I will have a big surprise, For I'll bake the kind of pies, That'll make you roll your eyes.
When I am sweet sixteen I'm going to a ball, Of all the ladies there I'd like to be the best of all; I'll wear a dress of silver and lace, they'll call me Princess Curly, I'll be like Cinderella 'cept I won't run home so early.
I want to meet a handsome prince with a uniform of gold, But I won't lose my slipper 'cause my tootsies might get cold. I'll talk with queens and dance with kings like a little princess would; If I could only do these things, I promise I'll be good. When I am twenty-one I wish that I could look Like the picture that I saw in a pretty story book; A laur little girls were standing there much tinier than me And they all carried baskets, they looked happy as can be, Every one was smiling and having lots of fun; I wish that I could be like that when I am twenty-one.
When I get very very old I'll stay at home all day, But I haven't quite made up my mind,-- it's much too far away. I think that I would like to be like the lady on the wall, She looks so nice and comfy in her rocking chair 'n' all. With that little cap upon her head she looks real pretty, too, I like her long and funny dress, I like her hair, don't you?
It must be oh,-- so quiet you can hear the tick of the clock, But it must be fun to have nothing to do but rock, and rock, and rock.grow up 1. verb To become older and more mature; to progress toward adulthood.
When I grow up, I want to be an astronaut Growing up with three older brothers probably did a lot to shape my personality. 2. verb To arise or emerge.
Protests have grown up all across the nation in response to that incident.
3. expression An imperative to be more mature. On a sheet of paper, write “When I Grow Up I Want To Be” with a blank line. Ask your child to write what they want to be when they grow up on the blank line. Help with spelling if needed. One day in the spring, I send home with each preschooler: a grocery sack, a piece of paper with the words “When I Grow Up I Want To BE..” and a note that says, “Talk to your child about what they want to be when they grow up.
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