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susan_olivier@waylandps.org

Room 16 Classroom Update for 10/29/21:

Happy Friday, Room 16 Families!


We managed to have yet another productive work week, despite the stormy weather!  Many, many thanks to all of you who were able to help out with our very successful Pumpkinology event, either by sending in the needed materials or helping to guide the groups through the investigations.  It was a fun event for all!! In other news, the kids have earned 500 PRIDE tickets in our classroom, and so we will hold our first class reward of the school year next Tuesday.  We’ll be doing a mini DEC (Drop Everything, and Create) Day, so any recyclable materials brought in from home will be much appreciated.

I’ll be finishing up the last of our parent-teacher conferences next week - it’s been so wonderful meeting and collaborating with all of you about your child’s experiences and growth in fourth grade.  One common theme/question that has come up a lot in our discussions is to learn of some new and different book choices for students.  Here is a list we hope might help to get you started.  Also, as I mentioned in some conferences - it might be beneficial to review the highlights in these classroom updates with your children in order to get them engaged in a discussion about what they’re working on in school.      


Enjoy your weekend!

Best,

Sue


Important Reminders/Dates:

  • Please make sure your child has a working set of headphones for use in the classroom as we use these on a daily basis with many of our online programs.  Thank you!!

  • Temperatures are starting to get colder and students are outside for a morning mask break in addition to our 40 minute lunch recess everyday, so please make sure they have warm layers of clothing for outside.


This week in READING we…

  • enjoyed reading and sharing about some of our book purchases from the Book Fair!!

  • connected over zoom with a fourth grade class from Ohio that is also reading The Jumbies

  • continued our practice in applying the “asking questions” strategy during read aloud time by focusing on how readers ask clarifying questions.  

  • shared our thinking on a padlet describing something we noticed about characters or the author’s style at the beginning of our read aloud.  


This week in WRITING we…

  • retold and/or rewrote a story from a seal’s point of view, describing how the seal, caught in some netting, was helped by a family and reunited with its family.

  • practiced short and long o and u patterns as well as rules for adding endings to words in our Words Their Way work for the past two weeks.  



This week in MATH we…

  • practiced solving addition and subtraction computations using the traditional or standard algorithm.

  • solved two step word problems using QFO as our guide (What is the Question?  What are the Facts? and What are the Operations to use?)

  • looked at patterns in numbers and shapes

  • took the Unit 1 post assessment on place value


This week in Science and Social Studies we…

  • finished coloring and marking our locations on various maps to identify the city/town, state, county, region, country, and continent in which we live.

  • continued our work with circuits by exploring and discussing the difference between a series and parallel circuit.

wrote 3 hypotheses about pumpkins and read How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin in preparation for our Pumpkinology event and activities.

Room 16 Classroom Update for 10/15/2021:

Happy Friday, Room 16 Families!


Your children continued working diligently this week and accomplished quite a bit of work despite it being only a four day school week.  As much as they are really enjoying reading The Jumbies any chance we get, I think the true highlight of the week was our “measuring in nature” activity today, where we got to go exploring and measuring items in the outdoor wildspace during math.  Be sure to ask them what they worked on during this outdoor excursion.

Also be sure to check out the highlights below of the past two weeks and have a wonderful weekend!  


Best,

Sue


Important Reminders/Dates:

  • Conferences started last week and will continue over the next three weeks.  I’m enjoying the opportunity to meet with all of you to discuss your child’s transition to fourth grade and progress so far.  If you’ve requested to hold the conference virtually, I’ll send you the zoom link on the morning of when we’re scheduled to meet.  

  • We are scheduled to visit the Book Fair (in person) next Thursday, Oct. 21st from 11-11:30.   


This week in READING we…

  • discussed and reviewed the visualizing strategy by finding some descriptive parts in The Jumbies where we could really picture the scene and/or the characters.

  • also continued our focus and practice in applying the “asking questions” strategy during read aloud time.  

  • listened to another informative read aloud with an animal theme that was shared by our own classmate, Miss Richardson! :)


This week in WRITING we…

  • did our final editing and publishing of our bio poems, including pictures and other decorations as the finishing touches.

  • started noticing/analyzing how stories can sometimes be told through different perspectives.



This week in MATH we…

  • practiced rounding numbers using number lines and/or by using the thinking -  “4 or less, let it rest, 5 or more, let it soar.” 

  • started learning the process and steps involved in adding numbers using the traditional algorithm and when regrouping is necessary. 

  • gathered different items from the woods that had specific measurements as the first part of a lesson on conversions. 


This week in Science and Social Studies we…

  • listened to the story Me On The Map and then started identifying our own location on a map

  • identified how a D-cell (battery) is needed as an energy source when building a circuit where energy travels in a specific pathway or direction and lights a bulb (showing the evidence of energy). 




Room 16 Classroom Update for 10/1/2021:

Happy Friday, Room 16 Families!


Your children have been really building their stamina and establishing a solid work ethic over the past two full five-day weeks!  Ms. Mee and I have been quite impressed with this stamina, and even more impressed by the kindness and thinking that is demonstrated by all throughout the school day.  Our special community is really coming together nicely!

It was so nice to see so many of you at Curriculum Night.  I’m looking forward to meeting with each of you again during parent-teacher conferences.  I’m excited to learn even more about your children during these important discussions.

Be sure to check out the highlights below of the past two weeks and have a wonderful weekend!  


Best,

Sue


Important Reminders/Dates:

  • Conferences begin next week!  Please be sure to watch for the signup.com email I sent out Friday morning, so you can sign up for our 20 minute conference.  


This week in READING we…

  • reviewed the monitoring for meaning strategy by sharing how we stop, sometimes reread, and check our understanding before moving forward in our reading.

  • Focused on, wrote about, and shared the problems in our stories during independent reading

  • watched Ms. Olivier model how to monitor for meaning when she shared our read aloud called We Are Water Protectors which shared some special messages about protecting our water environments and everything that depends upon and/or thrives in water. 

  • listened to a special read aloud about unique animals from our own classmate, Mr. Horwitz!


This week in WRITING we…

  • took our highlighted feelings words and descriptive character traits and incorporated them into the first draft of our bio poems

  • started the publishing process of our bio poems after revising and editing with a teacher


This week in MATH we…

  • took the I Ready diagnostic assessment

  • practiced comparing numbers by playing a dice game where we worked to create the largest number possible with 9 digits. 

  • practiced writing numbers in number name form (sometimes called word form). 


This week in Science and Social Studies we…

  • put the final finishing touches on our “All About Me” posters.

  • worked on scavenger hunts to explore and learn about an atlas as well as Google Earth and how these tools can help us to locate important landmarks around the world.

  • completed the Marshmallow Tower challenge!  It was tricky to build the tallest tower that could stand unassisted to meet the true challenge of the activity.  





Room 16 News for the week of 9/13/21:

 

Happy Friday, Room 16 Families!


What a busy and productive week we had in our classroom!  We’ve continued doing many activities to build our community and establish important structure and routines in the classroom and school setting.  Fourth graders are already learning responsible work habits and good organization of their materials and work.  To get to know one another even better, we started sharing our special items during morning meeting today and will continue this important sharing next week.  The highlight of this week was probably our math lesson in the outdoor nature wildspace.  Here are some pictures from this special activity.  


Be sure to read other highlights and check out the important reminders/dates below, and have a wonderful weekend!

Best,

Sue


Important Reminders/Dates:

  • School Pictures will be taken next Tuesday, 9/21.

  • Our school wide Garden Harvest will occur next Friday, 9/24.

  • Our virtual Curriculum Night will occur on Thursday, 9/30 from 7:30-8:00pm.


This week in READING we…

  • focused on characters in our independent reading and used sticky notes to share and keep track of our thinking.

  • discussed the qualities of what makes a reader a “real” reader and also discussed how to pick just right books. 

  • finished reading our read-aloud - When Riddles Come Rumbling where we had to guess what thing was being described in the riddle and record key words that helped us to identify these.


This week in WRITING we…

  • worked on creating our Heart Maps!!


This week in MATH we…

  • took a pre-assessment for our place value unit to find out what we already know about  the skills and concepts in this unit.

  • began discussing important related vocabulary in this unit and did a cut and paste activity to match the vocabulary to definitions and also illustrate an example to show our understanding.

  • worked on a fun place value activity in the wild space classroom in the backwoods where we had to find nature items to represent ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands instead of using the typical place value blocks.  


This week in Science and Social Studies we…

  • worked on our “All About Me” posters.

  • studied, observed closely and made detailed drawings of a green worm/caterpillar-like creature that Ms. Olivier’s friend found outside near a garden.  

  • wrote “I wonder” statements to help guide us in the identification process.








3rd Grade final WRAP-up for the weeks of 6/7 and 6/14/21:

Hello 3rd Grade WRAP Families!

We are home (no pun intended)!!  What an amazing year we had together!  Despite the unusual circumstances this year, we still found a way to learn and grow together, and I couldn’t ask for a better group of students and families in which to experience this special journey!  Thank you for your ongoing support, understanding, patience, and kindness as we navigated through the year.  I think we can all agree it’s a year we’ll never forget!  


Thank you also for the very kind and generous class and individual gifts as well as the many warm wishes in cards from families and students.  I feel so incredibly fortunate to have been the teacher to lead this very special community of learners this year.  It was a sure pleasure working so closely with all of you!


In the words of many WRAPPERS, it was a bittersweet or “sappy” (combined happy and sad) day today for all of us, but I’m sure you’ve already begun kicking off your much-deserved summer break!!  Enjoy and stay safe!! 


All my best,

Sue Olivier


PS - I told the kids I’d try my best to possibly schedule a 3rd Grade WRAP “reunion” at some point this summer in an outdoor setting, so please keep watch for more details to come if I am able to make this happen.


Important announcements:


  • If you haven’t already returned devices, charging cords, and base ten blocks (if applicable), please return them tomorrow to Loker School anytime between 11am and 2pm.  (I will be working outside by the front of the building and hope to see some of you!)


Here are the highlights from the past 2 weeks:

   

In Social Studies and Science we…

  • wrapped up our discussion of the American Revolution.

  • discussed how seeds travel away from the parent plant and how animals need to adapt by using body structures or behaviors in order to survive in their environments. 


In Reading & Writing we... 

  • finished Planet Omar, Unexpected Super Spy as well as our fun book Punished to help wrap up our read alouds.

  • started reading a book with our book groups that we might enjoy including in our summer reading.

  • shared our favorite books and summer reading plans with our 2nd Grade WRAP Book Buddies!

  • wrote scripts to audio record in the creation of our Chatterpix videos!

  • learned additional facts about the American Revolution by reading short articles from Readworks.


  • Our mystery readers were Daniel, Jack, Brian, and former WRAPPER, Cade!!  They read so fluently and kept us thoroughly entertained and engaged with the following fun, somewhat humorous selections:

    • Daniel - The Detective Dinosaur and I Saw it on Mulberry Street   

    • Jack - What Smells Like a Horn and Smells Like a Carrot , One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish and The Worst Book in the Whole Entire World

    • Brian - The Twits

    • Cade - The Crayons Book of Colors and Giraffe Problems   


In Math we...

  • discussed when to use pictographs, bar graphs, line plots, or line graphs, depending upon what kind of data we have to display and analyze.

  • played around with some online graph creators to start displaying some of our weather data.

  • checked out some puzzles and games on ST Math, IXL Math, and Math Playground.







3rd Grade WRAP-up for the week of 6/1/21:

Hello 3rd Grade WRAP Families!

We have rounded third and are very close to home with only 9 days left of school!  I have a feeling these remaining 9 days will be gone before we know it!  As sad as it feels for the school year to come to a close, I can sense their excitement for a change of pace and a well-deserved summer vacation.  Sounds like we’re in for a very warm weekend.  Enjoy and stay cool!

Best,

Sue


Important dates to remember:



  • MOVE ALONG DAY FOR EACH SCHOOL:

    • Loker 8:45-9:15am on WEDNESDAY, 6/16

    • Happy Hollow 9:00-9:30am on WEDNESDAY, 6/16

    • Claypit Hill 9:00-9:30am on THURSDAY, 6/17


  • THURSDAY, 6/17 - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS - 1:15 DISMISSAL


Here are the highlights from this past week:

   

In Social Studies and Science we…

  • began discussing information about the American Revolution, thanks to some research and sharing of facts completed by our fellow historian, Paul. :)

  • Continued learning about the importance of pollination in the growth and development of flowering plants and seed-filled fruits.


In Reading & Writing we... 

  • read many pages in our read aloud book - Planet Omar, Unexpected Super Spy.

  • worked a little on Lexia and read a good amount in our independent reading books.

  • shared our favorite parts of our independent reading books with our 2nd Grade WRAP Book Buddies!

  • worked in breakout groups to write a silly Mad Libs story about camping.

  • learned interesting facts about Tree Frogs by reading and answering questions to a nonfiction Readworks article. 


  • Our mystery readers were Aunim, Tessa, and Brazil!!  Aunim shared some entertaining parts from a book in his favorite series, Big Nate - Payback Time.  Tessa shared three favorite books that she has had in her home collection - I Don’t Want to be a Frog, Breathe (signed by author Scott Magoon who visited Claypit Hill a year or two ago), and Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs.  Brazil read a text on Sora called I Know an Old Teacher (of which we could all relate:).  All the selections shared this week by our mystery readers really captured our attention with the humor and the illustrations.  We were thoroughly entertained.  I continue to be so impressed with these 3rd Grade WRAPPERS and the learning risks they take every day!  :)      


In Math we...

  • continued our practice in marking/naming lines of symmetry in some online drag and drop activities.

  • discussed elapsed time and solved some real world problems of finding elapsed time in how long we spend in school or how long we practice for a team sport or in playing an instrument.

  • practiced identifying three different kinds of angles (acute, right, and obtuse) in shapes or figures.



3rd Grade WRAP-up for the week of 5/24/21:

Hello 3rd Grade WRAP Families!

The MCAS are behind us, and now we can focus on doing lots of fun activities between now and June 17th as we WRAP-up our year together!  I am so proud of your children as they continue to show kindness and support for one another and give their best effort in all areas of their schooling.  They are definitely being the best versions of themselves throughout each day, and I know that will continue to be the case for these remaining 13 days in 3rd Grade WRAP.  I hope your children and you are having a wonderful long weekend - you are all deserving of it! 

Best,

Sue


Important dates to remember:

  • FRIDAY, 6/11 - Virtual Field Day for all WRAP classes;  Specific time and more details will be announced soon.

  • MOVE ALONG DAY FOR EACH SCHOOL:

    • Loker 8:45-9:15am on WEDNESDAY, 6/16

    • Happy Hollow 9:00-9:30am on WEDNESDAY, 6/16

    • Claypit Hill 9:00-9:30am on THURSDAY, 6/17

  • THURSDAY, 6/17 - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS - 1:15 DISMISSAL


Here are the highlights from this past week:

   

In Social Studies and Science we…

  • participated in an important discussion led by CH guidance counselor, Eileen McManus, about how to keep ourselves and our bodies safe.

  • started learning about the process and importance of pollination in helping plants/seeds grow and thrive.


In Reading & Writing we... 

  • read a good amount in our read aloud book - Planet Omar, Unexpected Super Spy.

  • worked a little on Lexia and read a good amount in our independent reading books.

  • shared some book ideas for book group work.

  • finished our writing about our choice for a special pet - a talking hummingbird or a flying unicorn.

  • met with our 2nd Grade WRAPPER Book Buddies to read and learn more fascinating facts about hummingbirds.


  • Our mystery readers were Kaleb and Aunim!  Kaleb shared two special books.  One was  called Double Bass Blues which shared an important message about family, community, and the unifying power of music.  The next was a poem picture book called The Undefeated which shared special tributes and recognition of important black Americans, both past and present.  We are looking forward to hearing Aunim’s book selections when he shares Tuesday!  


In Math we...

  • worked diligently and gave our best effort on the Math MCAS assessments! 

  • reviewed essential geometry skills and concepts by playing Jeopardy

  • reviewed concepts in telling time and practiced naming/marking lines of symmetry in some online drag and drop activities.

  • took the summer assessment for Track My Progress. 



3rd Grade WRAP-up for the week of 5/17/21:

Hello 3rd Grade WRAP Families!

One MCAS session down and one to go!  I’m sure you will join me in being so incredibly proud of every 3rd Grade WRAPPER for just giving their best effort on these tests during such an unusual year.  Thank you for all your support and encouragement to help them feel at ease and to try their best.  They earned this weekend time with family and friends, and I hope you all take advantage of the warmer weather and have a wonderful couple of days! 

Best,

Sue


Here are the highlights from this past week:

   

In Social Studies and Science we…

  • read some excerpts from an autobiography written by young Ben Franklin (a Puritan) where he described his strong feelings against having to give up his educational opportunities in order to work/help out his father’s family business by learning the trades of candle and soap making.  

  • watched a virtual field trip video to learn some interesting facts and physical and behavioral adaptations about a giant Pacific octopus.


In Reading & Writing we... 

  • gave our best effort and worked diligently on the ELA MCAS!

  • worked a little on Lexia and read a good amount in our independent reading books.

  • finished the Track My Progress Summer Reading assessment.


  • Our mystery readers were Manal and Ali!  Manal shared The Proudest Blue, a new favorite with vibrant illustrations, and Ali shared Make Way for Ducklings, an old favorite with very detailed pencil-drawn illustrations. Both selections shared some special messages about important traditions and first experiences. I continue to be so impressed by their special and meaningful selections and their fluent and expressive reading!


In Math we...

  • celebrated receiving our certificate and recognition award for our ST Math minute and puzzle achievements from last week.  

  • continued working in our geometry unit, discussing points, lines, line segments, rays, closed and open figures, angles, and some beginning properties of polygons.

  • took the online practice test for the Math MCAS.








3rd Grade WRAP-up for week of 5/10/21:

Hello 3rd Grade WRAP Families!

We are rounding third and heading home in this very unusual school year, and I continue to be so impressed and proud of your children for all their wonderful efforts, sharing, and work production!  Be sure to check out the highlights of this week below.  It looks like we’re in for some beautiful weather this weekend - Enjoy!!

Best,

Sue


MCAS Update:  Thanks to the efforts of Parry Graham, Anne Johnson, Stephanie Meyler, Michelle Lataille, and many others from the tech department, we are all set to take the ELA MCAS next Tuesday, 5/18.  Two important reminders:  If you need the district to provide scrap paper and a pencil to your child for use during MCAS, please let Parry Graham know ASAP.  Otherwise, you will need to make sure a blank piece of paper and a pencil is available for your child.  Students taking MCAS are not allowed to use a whiteboard as scrap paper, so these must be removed from their work spaces on our testing dates.  Thanks for your help and understanding, and please continue to reach out with any questions.


Here are the highlights from this past week:

   

In Social Studies and Science we…

  • began learning about the Puritans and their experiences in the new world with a little help from Paul who shared some research that he did on his own! :)

  • looked at a list of the items the Puritans brought with them to the new world to help them in their daily survival, and then shared the important items we would bring.

  • kicked off our final unit in science called Structures of Life, by “dissecting” different kinds of fruits and vegetables to observe and categorize the seeds inside.

  • worked on solving Loker Lion’s science and math challenges for this week by sharing our thinking about what thing or happening was pictured on each slide and what caused the thing or happening.  We also analyzed our weather data that we’ve been collecting since December and answered some specific questions about high and low temperatures as well as changing conditions.


In Reading & Writing we... 

  • read many more chapters in our second Planet Omar book. 

  • read a passage called “Balloons Over Broadway” taken from the 2016 Grade 3 ELA MCAS and discussed how we would answer the multiple choice and open response questions.

  • completed the Track My Progress Summer Reading assessment.

  • took the online practice test for the ELA MCAS.

  • worked together in small groups to write an informational paragraph about how to keep turtles living and growing safely by using the TIDE graphic organizer - Topic sentence (recycle the question), Important details (evidence from the text), Detailed examination (saying more about how the evidence answers the question), and Ending. 


  • Our mystery readers were Kayla and Devon!  Kayla shared Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls which highlighted important achievements and details about many strong and accomplished women of both the past and present, along with their important quotes.   Devon read a few of his favorite fun poems from A Light in the Attic.  Again, both students read with such nice expression and kept us thoroughly engaged and entertained from start to finish! :)


In Math we...

  • worked together through some snapshot assessments that helped us to review the essential concepts in the fractions unit.

  • kicked off our geometry unit by discussing and looking at examples of open and closed figures as well as points, lines, line segments, and rays.

  • started reviewing and practicing some old and new multi-step problem solving, geometry, and measurement concepts in our newly assigned puzzles in ST Math.



3rd Grade WRAP-up for week of 5/3/21:

Hello 3rd Grade WRAP Families!

It’s hard to believe we only have 28 days left in the school year!  It seems like it was just yesterday that we were beginning our year together.  As I told the kids, we still have much to do, so the next few weeks will be very busy, and we will have to work harder than ever to stay focused and to follow the expectations and routines.  


That being said, I wanted to let you know that I have continued to hear from specialists and have noticed an increase in the number of cameras that are off during lessons and learning.  Early on I had identified times throughout the day when students could choose to turn cameras off for a screen break, given our long hours of on screen learning. However, over the past many weeks, I have noticed an increase in cameras being off at other times too and have also noticed that when reminded to have cameras on, students do turn them on but only for a minute or two and then they are off again.  It’s also been reported to me that some 3rd Grade WRAP students have been arriving late to specials when our specials follow the morning or lunch break.  This happened for Technology this past Thursday, and so Ms. Meyler was not able to begin the important work she needed to do to make sure student chromebooks and students are prepared and ready to work through the online MCAS smoothly.  


Thank you for your continued support and check-ins with your children to make sure they are following their schedule and on time with all needed materials and with their full attention ready for learning.  On Friday, I had a discussion with the kids about the importance of having cameras on at all times unless instructed otherwise from this point forward, and I promised them to build in one day each week where they may have the choice.  If for any reason your child is not able to follow this expectation which I will work hard to consistently enforce, please let me know and we can make other arrangements.  Again, I greatly appreciate your support with this and will also do my part to reinforce these expectations in a more consistent manner between now and the end of the school year.    


MCAS Update:  We are scheduled to take the 3rd Grade ELA MCAS on Tuesday, May 18th and the 3rd Grade Math MCAS on Tuesday, May 25th.  If you are choosing to have your child take these in person at Loker School, please remember to contact Parry Graham at parry_graham@waylandps.org to confirm and make arrangements.  A staff member of Loker will be administering/proctoring the MCAS for any students taking it in person.  Please refer to Parry’s email at this link for further information related to MCAS. 


On May 18th, I’ll be administering/proctoring the MCAS for 3rd Grade WRAP students who are  taking it in their remote settings, and Michelle Lataille (HH) will be administering/proctoring the MCAS for any fully remote students who have a small group accommodation in place.  On May 25th, Andrea Gellerstein (CH) will be administering/proctoring the MCAS for 3rd Grade WRAP students who are taking it in their remote settings, and I will be administering/proctoring the MCAS for any fully remote students who have a small group accommodation in place.  We will check out the practice tests offered for both ELA and Math in the coming week in order to become more familiar with how MCAS testing material and questions are presented online.  Please contact me with any questions or concerns.

Be sure to check out the highlights of the week and enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Best,

Sue


Here are the highlights from this past week:

   

In Social Studies and Science we…

  • continued watching videos, exploring on interactive maps, and reading some biographies about many european explorers and their experiences and discoveries in the new world.

  • reviewed the purpose of a wheel axle and how weight and the size of the wheels can impact the direction and speed of a rolling cart.  Then we observed the speed and direction changes of the cart Ms. Olivier built as she added weights and adjusted the wheels and axles.

  • solved Bella’s science challenge by identifying the reservoir in the picture as the Quabbin Reservoir and discussed its purpose as a main source of water supply to Boston and other surrounding towns of Boston.

  • shared our thinking and evidence for why we thought the litter critter running along the reservoir was either an otter or a fisher cat.


In Reading & Writing we... 

  • read Punctuation Takes a Vacation and A Place for Turtles and discussed each author’s purpose for writing these books.

  • recorded the author’s purpose for writing the books we’re reading during independent reading 

  • practiced editing one of our morning messages for punctuation and capitalization.

  • read and answered multiple choice questions for an MCAS passage about Ben Franklin that was taken from the 2017 ELA MCAS.

  • worked together in small groups to answer the open response question by writing a paragraph that included evidence from the text of how Ben Franklin was considered a helpful individual.

  • created a jamboard to record evidence from A Place for Turtles that explained what we can do to make sure turtles can live and grow.

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