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    Coming Monday, March 28 - Writing by Doing: From Circuit Board to Homemade Volcano

    Motivating young writers can be challenging enough, but what if you want to vary their writing skills so that they are integrated across multiple discliplines? That's what certified Time4Writing teacher Mrs. Barrett will be back at From Soup to Nuts next week to talk about! Join her to discuss how hands-on learning can be used to motivate reluctant writers, and don't hesitate to ask her ANY writing related questions you may have while she's here.

    Want to review Mrs. Barrett's last From Soup to Nuts discussion? Check that out HERE.
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