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Eric Carle
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        In MATH students are counting money, purchasing items and making change.
        Students are learning about different kinds of weather in
SCIENCE. They are conducting experiments with wind.
          Learning how communities have changed is  the topic for
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Mrs. Maness' Group at the Randolph Hospital's Teddy Bear Fair
The teddy bear is having
his blood checked.
The teddy bear hurt her head and need stitches.
  The oxygen mask helps the   teddy bear breathe betther.
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Make the Weather Change
Weather Watch Activities
Make a Weather Station
Be a  Meteorologist- Make a 5 Day Forecast
Create a Virtual Tornado or  Hurricane
                        My First Softball Practice

    One night I had softball practice at school.  I was so excited that I couldn't  stop jumping around.  There were a lot girls that I didn't know. We introduced ourselves and got to know each other. 
    First we were practicing throwing the ball.  Ally and I were practicing together.  She really throws good.  She can throw very hard.
    Then we had to run across the whole large grass field.  My side hurt very bad.  I came in 3rd place.  I felt like I didn't want to play.
     After that we had to roll the softball on the ground. We needed practice this in case there was a grounder ball to catch.  I am really good at catching the ball.
    Finally practice was over.  I can't wait until our first softball game.  I learned a lot at ball practice.

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