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Daily Lit Bit - 4/11/19

FPL_DailyLitBitChildren love poetry with rhythm and rhyme; the language of poetry sings inside their heads. As they grow in experience, they also learn to appreciate poetry without rhyme, as well as the sensory images and unique perspectives it evokes.

 

Topics: Phonics Word Study, Phonics, Daily Lit Bit

Thu, Apr 11, '19

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