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Sunday, February 1, 2015

*Sunday Letters*, I'm Back For the Link-Up!


I'm linking up with Michelle over at BigTime Literacy for another edition of Sunday Letters.  You can join her every other Sunday to write letters to people or inanimate objects for fun!








A thank you needs to go out to Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Da for the paper clip art used for my letters.  Okay, enjoy the rest of your Sunday and don't forget to link up with BigTime Literacy.





8 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness! I love books too! I love to touch them, read them, and (in theory) smell them. I love, love, love books.

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    1. Agreed about the smell of books, too! =D Thanks for stopping by, Carrie. :)

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  2. I'm with you and Carrie about books - I prefer them to reading on the phone (I mean, I already read all my blogs online or on my phone...I *need* books in my life!) And then having them displayed on a shelf at home? The best!
    You're so great about all your technology with your students! And, Christine was doing the same thing this week with a student and b and d! Such a coincidence!
    Happy Sunday - stay warm! :-)
    Michelle

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    1. Thanks, Michelle! I figure if I have the access to technology, why not use it. Right? Yep, b and d are little buggers. Tell Christine, "Hello!" from me. You stay warm, too. Enjoy your Sunday! :)

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  3. What an awesome linky party idea! I loved reading these letters. I imagine that some of my students would come up with very funny letters if we did this! It would be funny to see what they wrote to and what they said. I might have to write a letter of my own in the next two weeks and link up next time.

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    1. Hi Myranda. :) I bet the students would definitely come up with some funny letters! You should link up next time. It's lots of fun coming up with ideas! :)

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  4. I LOVE these letters! So fun! I prefer reading on my devices, but I mostly teach with books for the kids. Nothing like sharing a great picture book that captures their attention and imagination!
    Lori
    Conversations in Literacy

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    1. I agree. There's nothing like a great picture book to share with the kiddos. Thanks for stopping by the blog, Lori! :)

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