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Sunday, April 8, 2012

Quahogs, Easter Eggs and The Sunday Education Weekly Reader 04.08.12

Welcome to the Sunday Education Weekly Reader for 04.08.12.  

  • I discovered doyle-scienceteachblogspot.com during the week and it is a great read.  The posting Clamming on Good Friday imparts the lesson for the Easter season (the physical meets the miraculous) and I hope you enjoy it.  This blog is worth reading on a regular basis. It should please readers there is a teacher of this caliber teaching children.  It's a treat in the proverbial Easter basket!

Happy Easter!

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