Monday, March 18, 2019

Week 26 PBID Question

It's the middle of March, so it's certainly not the first day of school. (Although the first day of spring is right around the corner.) But even in the middle of the year there can be a first day of school. Like for Molly.

Molly lived by her grandmother who gave great advice. Even though Molly was the shortest student in first grade, her grandmother said, "Walk as proudly as you can and the world will look up to you." But then Molly had to say goodbye to grandma and her friends and move to a new town.

That means Molly has a first day. Not the first day of school, but the first day in a new school. This picture shows Molly on her first day at her new school.


When Molly moved to a new school, there was a classmate who called her names and made fun of her. What was the name of that classmate (who learned a very important lesson)?

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9 comments:

  1. Mrs. Anderson's 2nd grade classMarch 18, 2019 at 9:26 AM

    Ronald Durkin

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  2. Ronald Durkin was the boy who made fun of her. He felt very foolish for doing so!

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  3. The book was Stand Tall Molly Lou Melon and the classmate who learned the lesson was Ronald Durkin

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  4. Molly's classmate's name was Ronald Durkin.
    From Mrs. Mancl's first graders

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  5. The classmate's name was Ronald Durkin. He learned that you should treat everyone kindly.

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  6. The mean classmate's name is Ronald Durkin. From Mrs. Ebbens' 2nd graders in Ellsworth, WI.
    Enjoy your spring break next week!

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  7. Max in my class was paying attention when his sister was reading this book. He says the answer is Ronald Durkin.

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  8. Hello Brian! We actually made it through 5 days of school with out a snow day! We have had 9 cold/snow/ice days off of school unplanned.
    So Cora in my class said the answer is Ronald Duncan.
    Have a great weekend!

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  9. Ronald Durkin - Mrs. Rogus' 2nd graders

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