BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Mountain Park School second graders in Ms. Liming's class celebrated their written accomplishments. The children finished revising and editing their personal narratives, as well as thier realistic fiction stories. Parents, community members and staff members from Mountian Park school stoppped by to celebrate the newly published work. The children explained the 'Zooming In' revision strategy, and told how they edited for spelling errors, ending punctuation, and capital letters.
Second Grade Written Accomplishments Shared With Families
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