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Student With Down Syndrome Becomes Spelling Bee Champ, Advances To Regionals

This is, without a doubt, the best story you’ll see all day.

If you remember school spelling bees, you know how intimidating they can be. Everyone is watching, the pressure is on, and all it takes is one mistake. 75 more words



The tarantula is the largest spider in the world. They live in the ground, in the desert and in forests. They eat insects, frogs, lizards, bats, mice and snakes. 57 more words

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Elephants are the largest land animal in the world. Mud and dust helps protect an elephant’s skin from insect bites and the sun’s heat. Did you know elephants have the largest ears of any animal? 104 more words

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Polar Bears

Polar bears are large sea mammals. They live at the North Pole on the edge of the ice pack. Why do they live there? Well, I will tell you. 81 more words

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Brown Bears

Brown bears are large, fierce bears. They have thick fur and sharp claws.Did you know that brown bears eat mushrooms, grass, berries, insects, fish and nuts? 41 more words

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First Grade : Improving on writing

Students are really improving on witting :)

We were practicing on dictation : farm animals’ words and sentences with the previous vocabulary, action verbs and can ✅ and can’t ❌.

Great job ! 😊💪🏻💪🏻


#tbt: Tales of a second-grade Laura

In honor of the holiday we’re doing this a day early. Check out this journal entry from 26 (!!!) years ago. Note the line near the bottom about how “Some people ONLY get Valentines from their parents.” This is still something I’m working through.