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Locust Street Expressive Arts
Learning through the arts helps prepare children for life.
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DanielBooneRgLibrary 22h
Today, September 19th, is International !If you would like to learn more about pirates, DBRL offers a wide assortment of pirate books for children of all ages. Here are just a few.
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Valerie Schoeneberg Sep 19
We can sing about who we find in different habitats. Make connections to lots of habitats. Why aren’t there scorpions in the pond?
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DanielBooneRgLibrary Sep 19
For , here's a 2002 pic of art teacher Ann Mehr from & Greig Thompson painting the Lee Expressive Arts Mural (now Locust Street Expressive Arts Elem). This awesome mural still adorns the elevator at Public Library!
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Bushmann's 1st Grade Sep 19
Alice is an Outstanding Wonderful Learner this week!
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Kid President Sep 19
Keep going. Keep going. Keep going.
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Ms. D Sep 19
Enjoying getting the opportunity to co-teach some 2nd grade science lessons with and students. They are becoming experts on diverse landforms
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Ms. D Sep 19
Let's say it together now, "integrating the arts best prepares children for life!"
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Kelly Yang Sep 19
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Valerie Schoeneberg Sep 18
A little PT with our lit extension today. Using your toes to move the marbles. How many muscles are you moving?
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Valerie Schoeneberg Sep 18
Lunch with the principal!! Strong choices and hard work earned these friends a trip to the principal’s office. Way to go third graders😃
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Ms. D Sep 18
working on crayon resist watercolor landscapes to go with their habitat and landforms research writing
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Ms. D Sep 18
kinders working on finding and identifying the letters in their name using capital and lowercase letter stamps.
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Seek's Third Grade Sep 18
Growing germs in health science! Where is the germiest place in our building? We will soon find out!
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Mrs. Lacey Sep 18
We started our ecosystem bubble chart. Ss had a wondeful time exploring their science books.
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Seek's Third Grade Sep 18
Learning how to play recorder in music lab!
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Mrs. Lacey Sep 18
Taking our first steps in the revision process. Tomorrow they will have partners look at their writing and go over the checklist as well.
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DanielBooneRgLibrary Sep 18
Did you know that September is ? Get yourself or a loved one a Library Card at . Already have one? Share a selfie with your card with !
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Mrs. Burkemper Sep 18
We successfully broke out!!! Animal crackers for the win!!! Way to go!
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Locust Street Expressive Arts Sep 18
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DanielBooneRgLibrary Sep 18
THURSDAY: Come make fun mazes with us! Get creative with beads, tape, straws, construction paper and more.Ages 6-10, parents welcome. Registration: Not required. andCrafts
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