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Learning about government
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 Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary are learning about the government in social studies. Mrs. Hosek assigned a project where each student had to make five laws for the school. The students were very creative. Some of the rules they came up with were: the cafeteria should serve nachos every day, no homework, PE should be one hour long, school should start at noon and end at two.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary are learning about the government in social studies. Mrs. Hosek assigned a project where each student had to make five laws for the school. The students were very creative. Some of the rules they came up with were: the cafeteria should serve nachos every day, no homework, PE should be one hour long, school should start at noon and end at two.
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 Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary are learning about the government in social studies. Mrs. Hosek assigned a project where each student had to make five laws for the school. The students were very creative. Some of the rules they came up with were: the cafeteria should serve nachos every day, no homework, PE should be one hour long, school should start at noon and end at two.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary are learning about the government in social studies. Mrs. Hosek assigned a project where each student had to make five laws for the school. The students were very creative. Some of the rules they came up with were: the cafeteria should serve nachos every day, no homework, PE should be one hour long, school should start at noon and end at two.
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 Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary are learning about the government in social studies. Mrs. Hosek assigned a project where each student had to make five laws for the school. The students were very creative. Some of the rules they came up with were: the cafeteria should serve nachos every day, no homework, PE should be one hour long, school should start at noon and end at two.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary are learning about the government in social studies. Mrs. Hosek assigned a project where each student had to make five laws for the school. The students were very creative. Some of the rules they came up with were: the cafeteria should serve nachos every day, no homework, PE should be one hour long, school should start at noon and end at two.
slideshow
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary are learning about the government in social studies. Mrs. Hosek assigned a project where each student had to make five laws for the school. The students were very creative. Some of the rules they came up with were: the cafeteria should serve nachos every day, no homework, PE should be one hour long, school should start at noon and end at two.
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