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Posted February 24, 2016

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Alamosa Celebrates World Read Aloud Day

Event honors importance of reading and sharing stories.

Students from Alamosa Elementary celebrated World Read Aloud day which encourages the importance of reading out loud and sharing stories.  The entire school participated in a book study of Frog and Toad are Friends by Arnold Lobel. 

During the event students discussed the importance of kindness and friendship.  The school wide reading project included students making an art project to reflect a story from the book.  Students will take home a family activity project on the book, to share the importance of literacy with their parents and siblings.

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