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Light the Candles All Around the World Project

Fourth graders in our school are singing 'Light the Candles All Around the World' by Teresa Jennings for their holiday concert on December 15th.  I have invited interested teachers, students and friends to share a photo of a candle from wherever they are located to add to our google map.  The image that is shared can be a scanned drawing, an original photo of a candle with or without students (back of head okay).  No student names are included.  If you'd like to join this short…

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At 2:41pm on November 20, 2013, Robert Johnson said…

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