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Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Reported by Megan

Hi, I'm Megan and I'm gonna tell you about Room 34's day.

First think in the morning I unpacked my bag, got my stuff out, and showed Mr. Coley. After we showed our work we quietly put it away and got our pens out to correct spelling.

Next came spelling, so I put my Practice Book page in front of me and got started. I got all of them right.

After finishing spelling, we got settled into writing. In writing, we had to write about Billy, from the book Where the Red Fern Grows. The we wrote characteristics about Billy and wrote a short paragraph.

Right after writing, we got to LWW, wich means The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. Then we all got our skills packet out to talk about homework. After that, we got our book and read chapter 5 and made a story map about the chapter.

Once we finished, it was time for math, so I grabbed my orange books and left the room to go to my math teacher, Mr. Henning. During math, we learned how to divide fractions. It was hard at first, but easier later. As soon as the bell rang it was time for lunch. So I put down my stuff, grabbed my lunch, and got in line.

After lunch it was time to go to our peace makers lesson, but the consuler wasn't there. So we went back to class, and sat for the next instructions. We were gonna play a game called "Skunk". The game was all about winning so I guessed that was easy. We got to pick partners, so I pick Taylyn, Andrea, and Gabby. In the first round, Andrea beat us, but in the second round we had to go back to our seats to read.

After the last bell, I pack my stuff, raced out the metal door, and looked for my mom.

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