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Students in grades 4 and 5 participated in a Newbery Book Challenge. They were encouraged to read as many books as they could and then competed in a challenge to see who could answer the most questions. This was a … Continue reading
This fall, show your support for early childhood literacy by reading, giving, and sharing on WeGiveBooks.org. When you read a free children’s book online, you’ll help us send books to great organizations that are committed to ensuring that all children … Continue reading
Dear Mrs. Fox’s Students, You are going to print your story as a booklet. Open your story Save As PersonalNarrativeBooklet Click on Page Layout Change Orientation to Landscape Click on Margins Click on Custom Margins (bottom choice) Change the Multiple … Continue reading