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Morning Warm- Up! School is a good place. We all learn new things. No one is left out. How do we learn together at school?
Morning Warm- Up! Lets pretend to take a walk in a city. Think about all the things you can see. What will we talk about when we get home?
Morning Warm- Up! Today we will read about a group of children who put on a class play. They know how to share and work together. How does our class work together?
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