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Classroom News: What’s Going On in Fifth and Sixth Grade?

Welcome to September’s edition of Classroom News! Each month during the school year, a teacher at HLS will share what’s going on in her classroom to highlight neat projects and activities students are doing. This month, let’s see what Mrs. Carnoali has to say about fifth and sixth grade: We begin with the upper graders, […]

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What We’re Reading: April 2019

What We’re Reading is a blog series where we talk about the books Hampton Lutheran School teachers are reading out loud in their classrooms. Here’s what the teachers are reading to their classes this month. Preschool and PreK: Mrs. Feddern The first week of April, we read Jesus Appears on the Emmaus Road, a Bible […]

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What We’re Reading: Fifth and Sixth Grade Classroom

Welcome to What We’re Reading, a blog series where we talk about the books Hampton Lutheran School teachers are reading out loud in their classrooms. Our first blog in the series features Mrs. Carnoali’s fifth and sixth grade classroom. What are you reading right now? Fifth and sixth grade is reading The Man Who Loved […]

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Back to School Reading List From HLS Teachers

School is just a few weeks away, but that doesn’t mean kids should stop reading books for the summer! Here are some suggestions for a back to school reading list from HLS teachers to keep your kid’s mind sharp and ready for the return to the classroom. Preschool and kindergarten — Mrs. Montoya If You […]

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Book Recommendations for July by Grade Level

Here’s a fun way to keep fighting the summer slump: Read to your child and encourage your child to read on their own. Increasing your child’s vocabulary through guided or independent reading is important in keeping their minds and imaginations sharp, especially over the summer. But what should your child be reading? There are so […]

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Book Recommendations for June by Grade Level

Here’s a fun way to fight the summer slump: read to your child and encourage your child to read on their own. Increasing your child’s vocabulary through guided or independent reading is important in keeping their minds and imaginations sharp, especially over the summer. But what should your child be reading? There are so many […]

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