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Monday, January 24, 2011
Reported by Ethan #7

In the morning, I got to school at 8:10 and everybody was already playing. So, I went out and started to play basketball with my friends. Then the bell rang and we lined up against the classroom. Then, Mr. Coley let uin and told us to get out our homework. So, we all took out our homework, and turned it in.

Next we started something we call DMA. It stands for daily morning activities. The first two sentences that had mistakes and we had to find the mistakes and correct them. The next two sentences were analagies and we need a dictionary. But the last one was a question like "What state borders the Pacific Ocean?". You have to look on a map to find the answer to that question.

After DMA, we moved into spelling. Mr. Coley asked Cat and I to pass out papers to the whole entire class. Then he made us write 1-20 on the paper and we got started. After that, we started on writing. Mr. Coley told us to get out our two papers and we got started.

Next, it was time for L. W. W. which stands for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. It s a book about kids named Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. They are siblings. Lucy, the youngest sibling, finds a magical wardrobe and meets a friendly fawn named Mr. Tumnus. After we finished, Mr. Coley gave us a piece of paper and told us to do a story map. And if you didn't finish it, you had to take it home and do it for homework.

After L. W. W. it was time for lunch! They had chicken nuggets on the menu. After I ate, my friends and I went out to play basketball. We played until the bell rang. We went to line up and then Mr. Coley opened up the door for us to go in and get our stuff and leave for the day. But first, we all said 'Bye!' and then we left for the day.

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