"In the battle between elementary school students and pro football players, second graders reign supreme. When it comes to grammar, that is. Second graders at a New York school had some help from Twitter for their grammar lessons, using the tweets of NFL players to correct spelling, punctuation and sentence structure. While working in groups, the students 'found several mistakes in these tweets, including the incorrect spelling of 'a lot,'' explains a post on Elmwood Franklin School's Facebook page." | via Mashable
"This year, my second grade team decided it was time to take Flat Stanley into the digital realm. They decided they want to have the kids create a Travel Journal for Flat Stanley (FS) as he visited a US State. Here’s what we came up with:"
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