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Family Reading Night features Little Red Hen

Text teaches valuable life lesson: If you don't work, you go without
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By Debbie Cowan

Adair Elementary School hosted a Family Reading Night for Preschoolers and their families on January 28, 2014. After a meal, the families enjoyed the story of The Little Red Hen. In this classic tale, the red hen must complete all the house and field work by herself because of her lazy friends. In the end, she enjoys the fruits of her labors and her lazy friends go without. After the story, students were treated to a visit by a real life "little red hen" and they also enjoyed a family craft activity. Family Reading Night was sponsored by Title I, Family Resource Center, Camp SAFARI and the Preschool program. - Debbie Cowan

This story was posted on 2014-01-30 05:13:33
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Pizza a part of Family Reading Night at ACES

2014-01-30 - ACES, 870 Indian DR, Columbia, Ky - Photo by Debbie Cowan. Patrick and Evan Stotts enjoy pizza with ACES preschooler Trip Stotts at Family Reading Night. -Debbie Cowan
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