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Eryn Gorang | LINCS, Service Learning Community, America Reads

I gazed upon the bulletin board, mesmerized by the hundred faces smiling back at me. I was an anxious senior in high school, still determining which college I wished to attend and had somehow wandered my way into the Kernodle Center during a campus visit. 799 more words

Students, Volunteers Celebrate Literacy With Maryland Reads Day

Editor’s Note: Only first names were used for children in this article per request of their teachers.

By Joe Zimmermann, Bloc Reporter

It was a day of puppet shows, coloring and, of course, books. 603 more words


Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe Bento Lunch

Magic, adventure, good vs. evil, broccoli… What more could a storybook bento possibly have to offer?  

The Lunch Box Dad has covered all of the bases in his bento interpretation of The Chronicles of Narnia.  35 more words

Caps for Sale - Storybook Bento

How would you deal with a group of silly monkeys stealing your goods? 

Our friends over at Chaos and Confections just reviewed and bentofied a book that deals with that very issue. 11 more words

journal 2

On Thursdays the kids have music class, but the teacher always has to send a couple or so kids outside the class because they were either not paying attention in class or were being disruptive. 160 more words

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Journal one (late)

I work at Rosa Parks elementary school for one of the second grade classes. I worked with this teacher last year, and had a good experience, so I wanted to work with her again for this year. 182 more words

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Journal 1 (Late)

This is my third semester as an America Reads Tutor, but it is my first semester working at Booker T. Washington.

The year started off slow and I felt completely out of place. 196 more words

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