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Mr.Roberge 1h
Thank you for sharing this writing lesson. The Ss did a great job identifying and explaining their grows and glows
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Kristina Smith 2h
Third graders stepping into the teacher role as they became experts about their nonfiction topics!
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Christy Dermody 3h
Studying the tribes of the Great Plains with our real live tepee!
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Laura Nov 11
Hello! I'm Laura and I'm excited to share my teaching journey with you. I'm a 3rd grade teacher and this is my second year.
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Brea Sissom 3h
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Molly Prach Nov 7
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Katherine Ternes Nov 10
Had a student yesterday, that is a struggler, teach one of my kiddos how to fill in the table using the information on the side of the row and top of the column. Was a super exciting moment!!
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Mr.Roberge Nov 8
3R had a great day! We celebrated the filling of our class gem jar for the SECOND time.
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Joslin Elementary Nov 9
The Story Wranglers are coming to Joslin, Fri., Nov. 9th 1:30-2:30pm in the cafeteria. Story Wranglers is a literacy group, from the that brings 3rd grade, written stories to the stage. Come enjoy the fun!
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sarah rollo Nov 9
Ivan's 2nd Quarter Achievement👌👌👌 Keep it up Nak!🎉🎉🎉😘😘
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Amyecd Nov 3
One of my pet peeves is people not knowing when to use “a part” and when to use “apart”. Good grief.
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Melissa Kreiger 19h
My heart. 💖💗💞❤ @ Indiana
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Ms. Megan Crump 17h
I had my parents write a note to their student after our conference today telling them how PROUD they are of their progress. Watching my parents write these letters was amazing, but I can’t wait to see my kiddos open them! ❤️
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Angie Ledbetter 16h
Third graders getting ready for the Christmas program. ⁦
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Hanna Barton Nov 9
When your team lead takes out a bug for us ✊🏻
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Doris Reed ES, CCSD Nov 9
On Thursday and Friday 3rd grade attended the Siegfried and Roy Secret Garden. We learned about dolphins, talked about how humans have an impact on the ocean and see the dolphins perform!
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Amanda Rivero Nov 7
This made my students so happy today! 🤗 They’re begging to read.
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Don't Leave Us Behind Campaign 19h
Mandatory retention would cost an estimated $464 MILLION per year
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Caitlin Kilman 16h
We had a little fun today making turkeys on Google Draw! It’s been great teaching one of my students new to America about this crazy bird called a turkey!
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Mary Keller Nov 9
3rd grade literature circles! Enjoying reading books together and having discussions!
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