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Working on Sl blends with my third graders a child offered the word, “slobbered” as an example. I was thrilled with the more unique answer compared to the other Sl words I had been receiving. I enthusiastically asked the class for an example of something that slobbered. One should never assume. I thought the word, “dog” would be joyfully shouted out by the entire class. Instead one boy yelled out, “My Dad. He slobbers all over the sheets when he sleeps.”

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About onceuponaclassroom

I am a second grade teacher in West Phoenix, Az. I grew up in Long Island, NY but have lived in Az since I was eighteen years old. I have been teaching for 12 years. I also teach drama in our school's Fine Arts program.
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