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Follow Our BOOK OF THE DAY! Teachers Share a Story Each Day


Ludlow Students: Stay connected with us!  We want to make sure you keep reading each day while we’re out.  We’ll post a video of one of us reading to you each day!  View the BOOK OF THE DAY in the morning, afternoon, or as a bedtime story, but please just keep reading (or listening).  We miss you!  Click "Read More" for our videos...

Click the link below for each day's book, or view on our Facebook page!

April 3:  Ms. Kroger (and a special guest!) reads A Bad Case of Stripes



April 2:  Ms. Paulin reads Sir Cumference and the First Round Table


April 1:  Mrs. Ronnie McMillen reads The Very Hungry Caterpillar


March 31:  Ms. Roberts reads Little Blue Truck


March 30:  Mrs. Jenny McMillen reads When I Grow Up


March 27:  Ms. Davies reads Emma Bean



March 26:  Mrs. Bain (and helpers!) reads The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors



March 25:  Mrs. Kelly reads Casey At the Bat



March 24:  Ms. Paulin reads The Hershey's Milk Chocolate Fraction Book



March 23:  Mr. Borchers reads Green Eggs and Ham




March 20:  Ms. Alexander reads Personal Space Camp


March 19:  Mrs. Clary reads Rhyming Dust Bunnies



March 18:  Mrs. Clary and some special guests read Don't Push the Button!



March 17:  Mrs. Bell reads Pout-Pout Fish and the Big-Big Dark



March 16:  Mrs. Jenny McMillen reads Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day



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