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Silly Sally Sings Upside Down!!!
Students use phonics to recognize the /s/ sound. As a group, students recite tongue twisters to recognize the /s/ sound. Students search through magazines to find objects that contain the /s/ phoneme.
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A Beary Good Library: Library Manners
After a reading of Jeanne Willis' The Boy Who Thought He Was a Teddy Bear, primary graders must decide if the photos they are shown picture children in the library acting like boys and girls or misbehaving bears. Develop library skills...
K - 3rd English Language Arts