1. FUNNY MIX Game #3: Create Your Own FUNNY MIXERS

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    Children will giggle and laugh as they mix up the FUNNY MIXERS to create new FUNNY MIXERS with silly names! Sounding out these silly names (or nonsense words) will help children to practice their phonics skills in a whole new way!

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    • DreamBox Learning K-2 Math See-a-lesson (2nd Grade)

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      Example second grade lesson from DreamBox Learning K-2 Math

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      • DreamBox Learning K-2 Math See-a-lesson (Kindergarten)

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        Example Kindergarten lesson from DreamBox Learning K-2 Math

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        • I Love a Book Day

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          First Graders paraded as their favorite book characters on 10/31/11.

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          • Our exciting new K-1 Falcon Reader Scoreboard

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            Our K-1 students are added to the board when they read 10 books, and then they move up on the board with a new icon each time they completely fill out a reading tally sheet (50 books).

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            • FUNNY MIX: Reading Game by Readventures

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              I created 14 Super Heroes whose names consist of every letter of the alphabet! Children have so much fun activating the FUNNY MIXER character's powers that learning to read their names is just another fun part of playing the games!

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              • Westbrook First Grade Olweus

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                We are excited to be using the Olweus Anti-Bullying Program across the District! The Olweus Program promotes the following four rules, which all District 57 students will learn this year: 1. We will not bully others. 2. We will try to help students who are bullied. 3. We will try to include students who are left out. 4. If we know that somebody is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school and an adult at home.

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                • Stand Up for Davis Street!

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                  Davis Street children at 1190 Davis Street preschool, Garfield child care program, and Roosevelt child care program tell us what makes them laugh, what makes them happy, and what kind of jokes they have up their sleeves! "Stand Up for Davis Street!" is the name of the agency's annual comedy benefit held in October. "Stand Up for Davis Street" is designed to raise over $40,000 in funds for Davis Street's family support programs, to bring morale boosting entertainment to the community, and to spread awareness of Davis Street's mission in helping others help themselves. Video filmed and edited by the talented, Joelle Wagner.

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                  • The Lion and The Mouse

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                    First grade students collaborate as they tell the story of The Lion and The Mouse from a wordless book.

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                    • 1st Grade Sensory Walk 2014

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                      The first grade students participated a sensory walk after learning about all five senses. After the students were divided into groups, each group had a chance to test their senses while blindfolded. Activities included smelling the various items and touching different textures such as cooked noodles and jello. They also listened to the sounds of different instruments, the accordion and keyboard, and used their eyes to see optical illusions.

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