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As you can see, we had a great experience with Tattling Tales Production learning about Hernando Desoto! This week: Social Studies; You will be seeing Desoto's story coming home to review before the test on Tuesday, (earlier than usual.) Math: We will continue with multiplication x10 the Woodin Math way! Language Arts, we will review Desoto during part of this time and continue with prepositional phrases. Writer's Workshop: We will be starting a new narrative, based on those warm winter clothes they wore to school last week! My Reading Group: morphology and -nk spelling rules. Please stayed alert to emails from 1st, 2nd or 3rd grade room moms about the upcoming combined Christmas party on Friday 21st 10:30-11:45. Thank you for your continual support, teaching your child is the joy of my week!!
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