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Family Literacy Day in Mme Wright's Grade 2/3 Class at St. Paul School

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Pictured are St. Paul students writing poems - Crystal Bleach and her mom, Noah Plante and his grandma, Boston Ranger and his mom and Tessa Quirion and her mom.

January 29, 2016 - St. Paul Catholic Elementary School Grade 2/3 students along with their parents or grandparents took part in Family Literacy Day activities inside the classroom recently. The parent turnout at the event was incredible! The students and parents rotated through three centres. The first station involved a read aloud of the amusing book entitled "The Book With No Pictures" and creating their own fancy bookmark. The second station had the students searching through non-fiction books for a fabulous fact about something of interest to them and then using the Pages app on the iPad to write about what they learned and to include an image. The third was a poetry centre where they worked together to create beautiful Cinquain poems. Parents and students had a great time reading and writing together.

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