Literature: Wind in the Willows, Humorous Poetry
Third graders read and discuss a variety of literature including Kenneth Grahame's "The Wind in the ows". They write paragraphs about their favorite characters and adventures. They read humorous poetry by Shel Silverstein and Ogden Nash.
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