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Kristi Eckdahl 15m
I 💚💛 reading to students. This is a treasured time in our day.
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Judith Hardman Sep 13
Our first week of was all about starting school!
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Brian Gentile Sep 13
Check out my digital bulletin board! So far we've read 15 books in 11 days!
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Sarah Levy Sep 12
Working on next week’s lineup 👌🏼
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Katie Reilley Sep 11
I hit the library holds jackpot! Can’t wait to preview and read for !
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Pinewood Kinders Sep 13
this week was all about school!
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Liz Ryan Sep 13
The first two weeks of school have been filled with some incredible read alouds!
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Katie Teixeira Sep 13
Working on adding to our wall ! I can't believe that we have already been in school for 10 days! We have enjoyed hearing all of these amazing books!
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Coree Daniels Sep 13
Thank you for being a part of our journey through !! I love that you gave the students choice. We all enjoyed the story so much and look forward to hearing more from you!
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Supriya Kelkar Sep 13
Is your classroom reading THE MANY COLORS OF HARPREET SINGH for next month? Let's Skype! DM/email me for a free Skype visit and reading!
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Melissa  Osmun Sep 14
This week's books! It was a 9/11 related week.
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Jillian Heise 1h
The past 24hrs in fb group, I've shared links to posts from on racism of anthropomorphic monkeys/apes in Voices in the Park & on problematic issues in Little House on the Prairie. Grateful for their extensive scholarship!
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Pembroke Elementary Sep 13
what a great book for a thanks for reading this morning
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Sarah Schnare Sep 14
Our first two weeks of were full of joy & connections. One from our big Gr. 2 family & one from the all new Div. 12. The Snatchabook stole books AND our hearts!
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Brian Gentile Sep 11
I felt every single feeling while I read Fireboat. This is my in honor of Sept. 11. I'm going to read this every year from now on.
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Lindsey Crozier Sep 13
I read a bunch of books about 9/11 to my 5th graders this year. Today they asked if there were any picture books or mg fiction that had to do with people at the pentagon on 9/11. They were upset that we were missing part of the story in our
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Michele Knott Sep 11
Just a quick reminder... don’t forget to add nonfiction selections to your rotation! Need some ideas? Here are some books in my nonfiction stack.
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Lindsey Crozier Sep 13
We love . We need some of 2019’s best picture books to read in my 5th grade class.
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Mrs. Andreasen 23h
was all about Robert Munsch. Our favorite was Stephanie's Ponytail. 📚😊👍
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Jennifer Cord Sep 14
9 of 180. Never too old for a good David Shannon book! Too Many Toys!
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