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Messages in the Mailbox: How to Write a Letter

by Loreen Leedy

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Gator is a teacher full of curious animal students. When her students ask why they do not get any letters she thought this would be a good time to teach them how to write letters. Loreen Leedy created an excellent context in which students naturally come up with questions and show interest that leads the teacher to work with different kinds of letters, its parts, possible correspondents and examples of each one.
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Discusses the different kinds of letters, the parts of a letter, and who can be a potential correspondent, and provides examples.

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