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  • Em L

    Have this and LOVE! funny book to read when talking about homework expectations

  • MAL Luebke

    Kindergarten Crayons: The dog ate my homework! {{ http://kindergartencrayons.blogspot.com/2011/08/dog-ate-my-homework.html# }}

  • Pam's Place

    What happens when the dog really does eat your homework? A possible read aloud when you set your expectations for the school year.

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