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Ms.Kristen105 8h
Letter detectives demonstrate that learning in Room105 is exciting and important work!
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Jill Osmerg Sep 24
James is tracking lots of minutes for the ReadaThon and earning money for Woodland!!! We started the love of books long ago! ๐Ÿ“—๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ“˜
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Amanda C Sep 24
We created our own Chicka Chicka Boom Boom treesand tried to balance our names on its palm leaves. We are practicing recognizing our names & the letters within it as well as working on fine motor & manipulation skills.
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Stephanie Weatherly Sep 23
And these 3 from our nightly book line up make 100! Someone is proud of the fact that he made it to 100 books read over the last few weeks.
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Kinnaird Nursery Sep 18
How many stories do you think you have read? Does your child have a favourite? We would love to hear about it! Why not try a story sack from the nursery for a change?
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Sarah Schlegel Sep 19
Is it too soon to bring out the Halloween books?! ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ–ค๐ŸงกTo get a pumpkin? Not in our home!
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Lizzie Lodinsky Sep 17
Building phonological awareness using the Chunky Monkey reading strategy! Word analogies are fun!๐Ÿต ๐Ÿ“–
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Pratt Library 15h
Thank you to Dr. Santelises for visiting our Hampden branch last night.
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HCS Kinder Teachers 3h
Early Literacy// We were inspired by the book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and have been working on our own coconut tree! We canโ€™t wait to add our names gpong up the tree just like in the book!
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Principal Williams 6h
Compare and contrast student picture and illustrator's picture. is awesome!
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Frances Wright Nursery 14h
Storytime this afternoon at Wellgate Library for Yellow Room 1. Great walking and listening. We heard the new book "Oi Duck Billed Platypus" by Kes Gray and Jim Smith. The "Oi" range of books are great for word awareness and rhyming and they are great fun.
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Bernadette Peterka Sep 22
Itโ€™s pretty awesome when you & your 5 year old are watching Saturday morning cartoons on and she knows who is and what alliteration means.๐Ÿ™‚
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Andrea Garcia 5h
The simplest things can be so engaging. Students interested in birthdays used streamers to create festive posters which included writing. Talk about writing with a purpose!
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M. Higginson et Mme Martin 11h
On fait un menu. We are making a menu.
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Jumpstart 10h
A1: We're excited for on October 25th because it is a day-long celebration where families, classrooms, and communities all come together to take part in a shared reading experience and promote .
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Sydney's Book Club Sep 17
Make โ€˜em say their ABCs. And their numbers. And colors. & shapes. Do the right thing for your kids," he said. "Even if it takes a little time for you to get them to early preschool, get them there. They need that education." Thank u for supporting
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Susan  Evans 18h
Looking at colour & shape of leaves Some of the children also did a bit of leaf rubbing. Some beautiful shades with inventive names. A great resource for spell making & language enrichment.
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Jennifer Daniels Sep 24
My Many Munchkins used Markers to Make their Mm Marks. Maybe you can Make lists with More Mm words?
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FCPL 16h
Words are everywhere! Draw your childโ€™s attention to the words around them. Point out letters & practice the sounds they make. Letter recognition leads to forming syllables & eventually words, an important building block in the road to reading!
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Barrow Book Partnership 10h
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