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Miranda Roberts 3m
We love reading time with our new Whisper Phones.
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Susanne Leist 9h
Blue mist fills the air as shadows draw near. The blue brings us close to what we fear most. ♦THE DEAD GAME♦
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Mrs. Thake Jan 26
Thank you, PTO, for the new books for our room. They are now their favorites! They are not letting them get “bored” with reading.
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LMS Library 13h
7th grade students learning about research! is showing kids how the databases integrate with Google Drive using the new Samsung Flip we have in our library!
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Sophie Bee Jan 20
My class have got into the habit of calling out “connection!” every time they spot a link between our current book and another we’ve read before - so I decided to map them! Blank spaces left for new books to be added :) (this looked so much better in my head 🙄)
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John Slavin 5h
Reading rocks, and Kobe knew it. RIP, Kobe Bryant.
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GHShospitality 2h
Jack came home very excited about a book they read in class. We ordered a copy and it came today!
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MissMoore👩🏼‍🏫 Jan 24
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theDavisClassroom 4h
Our students explored narrative nonfiction today in class.
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Mrs. Michele Dickson, OHS Teacher Leader 12h
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Kibworth CE Primary 13h
Well done on completing your reading passport!
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LHS Library 5h
We❤️our book club. Had to take this pic to immortalize their awesomeness. YOUR picture is missing, LHS reader! Join us THIS Thursday 1/30 during the first block of flex for our next meeting!
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Ana Banana 2m
My kid says I have too many books. I say I don't have enough book shelf space.
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Crystal Costa 13h
Join me tonight at to help out ! It's happening from 4:00-9:00 at The Village House at Litchfield. There's a yummy buffet, live music, local authors and more. Tickets are $50. Hope to see you out there!
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Corton Primary 17h
Last term Orca class read 'The Bluest of Blues' by as a Power of Reading text. We created some amazing poems, letters and artwork as well as learn about Anna Atkins working as a female scientist.
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Vinny Turner 11h
Not sure where I saw the thread yesterday on here... but ordered this on recommendation... looking forward to sharing it with children in school once I’ve read it myself!
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Sophie Bee Jan 26
Happy birthday ! (today has always been tricky for me as it is also my OH’s bday 😂) look at the amazing cakes I’ve had made for my mum in the past though (2nd pic is her three favourite books)
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ExecHTStMary's 13h
Really enjoyed my time in Nursery discussing reading and our love of books. Reading is definitely a priority and these children told me that!
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Jacquie Fisher 4h
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Iona Mohammed 13h
Charlie joins the library. Beanbags were a big hit!
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