• Good Morning First Graders,

    Today is Wednesday April 8, 2020. Work on writing today! Watch this: Writing Sentences Video Lesson!

    Who is someone that you miss seeing or playing with? Write them a letter! Tell them one thing you have loved doing at home. 

    Kellie Writing a Letter

    Look! Kellie is busy writing a letter to her grandmother. She also wrote a letter to you! 

     

    Hello 1st graders! 

    I wrote a letter to my grandmother. She lives off island in Chicopee, Massachusetts. I sat in a nice spot outside, grabbed a scrap piece of paper and a marker and started writing! I wrote about what I’ve been doing in the morning, the weather, and all the walks I have taken with Tucker. Who will you write a letter to? 

    From,

    Kellie 

     

    Let us know if you need help writing today! 

    Sincerely,

    Tessa and Kellie

     

    P.S. Feel like a fun challenge? Rainbow write your trick words. Take a picture and send it to someone to brighten their day. 

     
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  • Good Morning First Graders,

    It's Kellie! We will work on math today. 

    1. Practice writing numbers to 120. Make a number scroll using number scroll paper or write your numbers in the sand outside. Use a stick instead of a pencil!

    2. Complete the attached worksheet: Counting to 40 Worksheet. No need to print it. Write the answers on a scrap piece of paper or say the answers out loud!  You can also choose a page between 167-197 to complete in your math workbook. 

    3. Log on to ixl.com.

    4. Play “Guess My Number” with a family member or friend. Use a number line or your memory!

    Tessa and I played together this morning. I am thinking of a number between 1 and 20. Can you guess my number? Watch our video: Tessa and Kellie Play Guess My Number Video

    Have fun!

    Sincerely,

    Kellie and Tessa

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  • Good Morning First Graders!

     Today is Monday April 6, 2020. We will work on reading today. Kellie is reading to Tucker on her couch!

     Reading with Tucker

     

     

    I am going to read outside. Where will you read? Watch this video lesson reminding you of all the things you can do to set up your reading space. What you Need to Read Video Lesson

    1. Find a comfy space inside or outside.

    2. Gather books, magazines, or your computer, and anything else you need to read.

    3. Set the timer for 10-20 minutes.

     When the timer goes off, practice your trick words by playing: Jump on it!

     Make it a great day!

     Sincerely,

    Tessa and Kellie

     P.S. On Mondays our class has the opportunity to do yoga with Jen DeLorenzo. Jen is hosting yoga classes on Zoom. If you would like to participate, please follow this link to her schedule: Jen's Yoga and Mindfulness Schedule for Families

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  • Good Morning First Graders, 

    Today is Friday, April 3, 2020. Have fun today! Make a pair of these binoculars using a paper towel roll and tape. 

     

    Crafting Binoculars Video Lesson

     

    Then go on an indoor scavenger hunt around your house. Find something that is red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purpleToo easy? Challenge yourself to think like an inventor.

    Inventor Scavenger Hunt

     

    Spend some time inventing a tool to help you around the house today. Maybe a long armed grabber to help you reach your glass of water while still watching your movie on the couch. 

    Maybe a never seen before flashlight bookmark to help you read in a living room blanket cave. 

    Or maybe, a double sided writing tool that is a pencil on one end and a marker on the other end so that you can quickly color your doodles! 

    There are so many amazing science books on https://www.getepic.com. Our class code is: vqm3092.

    You can also check out: https://sn1.scholastic.com/home-page-logged-in.html. Our class password is: firstgrade336

    Have a safe and happy weekend! 

    Sincerely,

    Tessa and Kellie

     

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  • Good Morning First Graders!

    It’s Thinking-Cap Thursday! What 2-digit numbers can you make using a 4 and a 2? Work on math today!

     

    1. Practice counting to 120. You can do 120 jumping jacks, draw 120 smiley faces, or count out 120 Lego pieces! (Then build something fun with them).

     

    2. Complete the attached math worksheet. No need to print it. Write the answers on a scrap piece of paper or say the answers out loud.  You can also choose a page between 167-197 to complete in your math workbook. 

     

    3. Log on to ixl.com.

     

    4. Learn how to play the new math game called, "Close Call!"

     

    Here's a video teaching you how to play! How to Play "Close Call" Video Lesson

     

    Let us know if you need help.

    Sincerely,

    Tessa and Kellie

     

    P.S. On Thursdays our class has art. Lisa has posted new first grade drawing activities on her class web page. Follow this link to check it out: 

    Lisa's School Web Page for Art Activities

     
     
     

     

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  • Hi 1st graders! 
     
    This is Kellie. I’m so excited to share something with you! I found this website called jarrettlerner.com/activities 
     
    Jarrett Lerner is an author of graphic novels for kids! On his website he shares activities you can download. There are blank comic book pages and funny comic ideas called “Finish This Comic!” I had so much fun finishing a comic. I can’t wait to start another one tomorrow! 
     
    Here is what I started: 
    Fish Recess Comic By Kellie
    What will you write today? Share your comics with us and we can publish them on our class website.
     
    Keep reading and keep writing. Break often and have fun! Tessa and I have included a new way to practice your trick words today. It's called, "Match it Up." When it’s time to break for play or snack, try to match up trick words. 
     
    Here's a video lesson from Tessa. Are you ready? Pick up your pencils!
     
     
    Sincerely,
    Kellie and Tessa
     
     
     
     
     

     

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  • Good Morning First Graders!

    Please work on math today.

    1. Gather a pile of US coins. Pick out all of the dimes. Skip count by 10s all the way to 100! 

       

       

    1. Complete the attached math worksheet. No need to print it. Write the answers on a scrap piece of paper or say the answers out loud.  You can also choose a page between 35-40 to complete in your math workbook. 

       

    1. Log on to ixl.com

       

    1. Play the math game "Make Ten!"

      Kellie and Chris Play Make Ten
       

      Look at Kellie! She played "Make Ten" with her Fiancé Chris. She says, "We played until all possible parts for 10 were found. He ended up having more cards the first round but we played a few more rounds." 

       

      Have fun!

      Sincerely,

      Tessa and Kellie

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  • Good Morning Families, 

     
    Specialist teachers (Music, Art, Gym, Library, and Health) will be posting weekly activities on their West Tisbury School Web Pages for you to access at any time. 
     
    On Mondays our class has Health. This is our health teacher Laura's activity:
     
    Hello 1st Graders!  Were you able to watch the video last week on BrainPop about exercise? Right now, it's time to stand up and do 10 jumping jacks!  Great job!  This week I am sending you a Health and Wellness Bingo game that you can work on all week.  Maybe you can get Bingo many times!  In order to get Bingo, you'll need to check off five activities in a row.  The five activities could make a line going straight across, a line going straight down, or even a diagonal line.  Remember that staying active is one of the most important things you can do to help take care of your body, brain, and your feelings.  I hope you have fun doing this!
     
     
     
     

  • Good morning First Graders!  

    Today is March 30, 2020. Please work on reading today. 

    1. Have someone read to you for 10 minutes or visit storylineonline.net
    2. Journal. Write 2-3 sentences about the story. What happens in this story? Who are the characters? Write about the character you like best.
    3. Log on to lexiacore5.com
    4. Rainbow Write trick words. Turn your sight words into rainbows!
    5. Now it’s your turn to read. Read a poem or your favorite book to a family member.

    Over the weekend, I turned the upstairs of my house into a mini learning studio!

     

    Good Morning Monday Video Lesson

     

    What did you do this weekend? Kellie and are excited to hear from you today!

    Sincerely,

    Tessa and Kellie

     

     

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  • Good Morning First Graders! 

    Today is Friday March 27, 2020. Remember Sarah Jenkinson? Listen to her story and draw a picture to match today. Or, interview a family member! 

    https://mvmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Sarah-Jenkinson-MVM-Education-Outreach-1.pdf

     

    Tessa with Her Mom

     

    This is my mom. Her name is Diane. We talk every day. She remembers playing hopscotch or jumping rope with her neighbors and sister. She also remembers doing chores and cooking dinner with her grandmother.

    ***

    One of my favorite memories as a kid is sitting down on the couch with my grandpa to hear a story about when he was little. 

    ***

    "Listen With All of You" song from school

    Ask a family member to tell you a story about when they were a kid. 

    You could listen to a parent, aunt, uncle, grandma, or grandpa. Call them on the phone, FaceTime, or ask them to tell you a story in person. 

    What did this family member do for fun when they were a kid? 

    Did they go to school?

    What did this family member do after school?

    What household chores did this family member have?

    Listen to your family’s very own oral history. Draw a picture of your family!  I have included our whole body listening song from school. Have a Happy weekend!

    Sincerely,

    Tessa and Kellie

     

     


  • Our art teacher Lisa will be posting weekly art activities on her school web page. This is her note for today!

    Hello 1st graders,

    Lisa here. 

    Today we are going to be working on our drawing skills. Below are several videos that you can watch over and over. Each video the artist slowly draws something for you to follow along to.

    You will need a piece of paper, a pencil and an eraser. Remember to draw lightly so you can erase easily if needed.

    When you have completed a drawing please color it in. If you can email me your artwork and I will post it on this website.

    Here we go and have fun!!

     

    how to draw a cat

    how to draw another cat

    how to draw a unicorn

    how to draw a car

    how to draw a peace symbol

    how to draw a dog

    how to draw Frankenstein


  • Good Morning Families,

    Our class has art and gym on Thursdays. If you are interested in kid-friendly exercises to try at home, Joe has recommended the following video: https://www.wevideo.com/view/1614597216
     
     

  • Good Morning First Graders!

    Today is Thursday March 26, 2020. We will work on length and measurement today. I measured my cereal spoon. My spoon is 13 Cheerios long. My dog Delilah measured her Biscuit Box. Her biscuit box is 5 biscuits long.

    Measuring with Cheerios  Delilah measures with biscuits

    Look around your house. Choose something to measure! What household item is about the same length as your foot? What household item is about the same length as your hand? 

    1. Practice writing numbers 1-20. Make sure that all of your numbers are facing the right way!

    2. Complete the attached worksheet. No need to print it. Just record your answers on a scrap piece of paper. Or, complete any workbook page between 225-246.

    3. Log on to ixl.com.

    4. Measure different things around your house. Use a tape measure, ruler, or a nonstandard unit. For example your own feet, hands, or a smaller household object (like cheerios or dog biscuits). Write and record your measurements.

     
    Feel like an exciting challenge? Jolene taught me a really fun activity combining measurement and subtraction. I have included directions on how to play. What did you measure today? 

    Sincerely,

    Tessa and Kellie

    Reading Please remember that even though we are working on math today, it is still important to read. Read for 20 minutes with a family member before bed.
     
     
     

     

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  • Good Morning First Graders!

    Today is Wednesday March 25, 2020. Kellie and I have been so inspired by Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems. Let's get started writing fiction today! Mo Willems teaches his doodle class every day at 1pm. Follow this link to doodle with him today: https://www.kennedy-center.org/mowillems

    1. Think of a pretend character. Doodle this character.  

    2. Give this pretend character a name. 

    3. Imagine a place or imagine the trouble your character gets into.

    4. Draw and write your story across pages!

    5. Log on to Lexiacore5.com

    Have you already been filling your afternoons with fiction writing? Please share your stories with us. We can publish our stories together on our school's website. When you need a break from writing, ask a family member to play this guessing game with you. It’s called, “Read My Back!” Have a great time writing today. We can't wait to see your characters!

    Sincerely,
    Tessa and Kellie
     

     

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  • Good Morning Families,

    Every week first graders have the opportunity to participate in yoga/mindfulness lessons with Jen DeLorenzo. Here is a letter from Jen! 
     

    Hello, 

    I hope this finds you well.  Here's some offerings for coming together with some yoga and mindfulness this upcoming week.

    Yoga and Mindfulness – tools for school and beyond virtual studio.

    Join in to our live classes, as we take our classroom practices and come together from home, sharing some of our daily practices from school with our family.  We can keep our daily practices from school with us too, from anywhere. Thank you for your patience and and all of us coming together.  Your kiddos will be able to help you as well. Our practice is live, and is not recorded.  All you will need to do is create a free zoom.us account to log onto the class portal, no special purchase is required.  Yes, please share this.

    Jen’s ZOOM: 

    https://zoom.us/j/7688612861

    Jen’s Zoom Meeting ID: 768 861 2861

     

    Please join the class quietly.  Caregivers please check the computer before we begin our class:

    1. Check that my sound to you is on, and 

    2. your output sound is off.  

    3. You can choose to keep your video feed on ( your SOUND OFF) for the added bonus of seeing each other too as we practice together from school to school.  

    Yoga and Mindfulness with Jen, March 23 – 27, 2020 

     

    MORNING: 

    Tuesday, Thursday  5:55A – 6:30A

    Topic:  Wake UP!  Balance Mind & Stretch Spine Practice

    Weekdays, M – F  8A – 8:30A

    Topic: Morning drums, singing bowls, breathing calm with stretch and strength

    Weekdays, M – F  9A – 9:40A

    Topic: 33 Sun Salutations = 363 movements, perhaps a few more (or less)!

    Weekdays , M – F 10A – 10:20A

    Topic: Mind movement and games for joy, calm, balance

     

    AFTERNOON: 

    Monday  1P – 1:30P

    Topic: Pebble moment and other short practices for mind, body, breath calm

    *Before we practice, please gather 4 rocks that you notice and fit comfortably in your hand

    Tuesday  1P – 1:30P

    Topic:  Arm balances and calm mind

    *please be sure your video is on too for this practice

    Wednesday  1P – 1:30P

    Topic: Breathing exercises both rigorous and calm to increase resilience

    Thursday 1P – 1:30P

    Topic: Dragon dance to uplift mood, creativity and build strength 

    Friday  1P – 1:30P

    Topic: Singing bowls and mind movie relaxation

     

    Jen’s ZOOM: 

    https://zoom.us/j/7688612861

    Jen’s Zoom ID: 768 861 2861

    One tap mobile

    ,,7688612861# US Toll

    Thank you!

    Jen

     
    --
    Sent from Jen DeLorenzo
    Mindfulness Tools for School
    917-414-4512
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  •  

    On Tuesdays our class has Library. Here is a read aloud from Stephanie, our school librarian! https://youtu.be/H5CyTidb590 She is reading Princess Pigsty by Cornelia Funke.
     
     

  • Good Morning First Graders!

    I am thinking of a number that is 2 less than 5. Can you guess my number? How about, I am thinking of a number that is 20 less than 50. Wow! Can you guess this number? Today’s math activities are all about subtraction. Remember, Subtraction means take away.

     

    1. Practice counting down from 20. Run in place, bounce a ball, or do jumping jacks counting: 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. 

    2. Complete the attached subtraction worksheet or choose a subtraction page in your math workbook.

    3. Log on to ixl.com

     

    When you have a snack today, think of a subtraction problem that you can make by grouping some of your snack items together, and taking some away. Write down number sentences as you munch away. For example, 22-2=20. Tessa baked 22 cookies- yum! She ate 2. There are 20 cookies left. 

    Subtraction with Cookies

     Yesterday, Kellie and her dog Tucker went on rainy a scavenger hunt! They saw flowers about to bloom and trees budding. They also found 8 neat rocks. 3 rocks rolled down the hill right before she took this picture! So, 8-3=5. 

    Subtraction with Tucker

    Kellie, Tucker, and I are excited to hear what subtraction sentences you come up with today. Let me know if you need any help.

    Sincerely,

    Tessa and Kellie

     

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  • Good Morning First Grade Families,
     
    On Mondays our class has health and gym. Our health teacher Laura has written the letter below:
     
    Hello 1st Grade Families and Students,
     
    I miss seeing your smiling faces!  In our last Health class, we noticed how our pulses changed when we did different activities, like running in place and sitting quietly taking gentle breaths.  We talked about how exercise is good for our bones and muscles and even our brains. 
     
    This week, I have a great video for you from BrainPop Jr. about exercise.  Parents, you can create a free account on BrainPop and will have access to lots of other great videos there.  Here's a link to the video about exercise.
    After you watch the video, you can do one of the activities.  I especially like the "Make a Flip Book" activity.
     
    If you aren't able to watch the video, think about your favorite ways to stay active.  By just using body movements and no words, show your family members your favorite way to stay active and see if they can guess what it is!
     
    I'm also sending a calendar from SHAPE America which is the national organization for Health and PE teachers.  It has lots of quick ideas for things you can do every day to promote health and wellness. 
     
    Here's a picture of me and my dog Blue and she's got a message for you! I'd love to hear from you.  If you send me an email at ledelman@mvyps.org, I will write you back!
     
    Take care,
    Laura
     
     Laura and Blue
     
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  • Good Morning First Graders! 

    Today is Monday, March 23, 2020.  Please work on reading today. My cat Boots and I have been busy reading the Magic Tree House Research Guides. I just learned that Dolphins have leg bones inside their tails!Our favorite reading spot is in the corner of my living room couch. Let me know what you read today! Or, share a photo of your favorite reading spot. Remember you can: Build a fort and read in it. Read aloud to a class of stuffies. Or call someone on the phone and read aloud to them. If you are looking for new books to explore, log on to kidsa-z.com or getepic.com. Let me know if you need help!

    1. Read

    2. Journal

    3. Work on lexiacore5.com

    This weekend Kellie and I learned how to play a really fun trick word game called "Hide and Seek a Word." We also went for lots of walks. What did you do this weekend?

    From,
    Tessa and Kellie
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  • Dear Families, 

    As our first week of learning from home comes to a close, we would like to take the time to say that each and every one of you is an amazing parent. We are grateful for your support and dedication to keeping your child’s learning going.  

    Imagine the learning process as a jigsaw puzzle. It doesn’t matter which piece you find first, or even how long it takes you to complete. What matters is that at some point, all the pieces fit together to make something new and beautiful. Right now, our community of students, parents, and teachers, is that something beautiful. Please remember we are here to support you. Email us questions, comments, concerns, or successes any time. 

    Have a safe weekend. 

    Sincerely,

    Your First Grade Teachers at the West Tisbury School 

    Tessa, Amy, Kellie, and Lais



  • Good Morning First Graders, 

    Put on your thinking caps! I’m thinking of a number between 1 and 20. My number is an even number. My number is equal to 2 9s added together. Can you guess my number? If you would like, email me your guess! Then it can be your turn to think of a number. Please work on math today.

    1. Practice writing numbers 1-20. Make sure all of your numbers are facing the right way!

    2. Complete an addition workbook page, or the worksheet attached to this email.

    3. Log on to iXL for at least 10 minutes. 

    4. Play Addition Top It!

      Have fun!

      Tessa and Kellie

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  • Good Afternoon First Graders!
     
    What a beautiful day it has been today! If possible, focus on reading this evening. 
     
    1. Read to yourself,
    2. Read with a family member,
    3. Listen to a story being read aloud to you. 
     
    If you need more books to read, check out https://www.getepic.com
     
    You may also log into lexiacore5.com and kidsa-z.com 
     
    Get ready, get set... read!
     
    I love hearing from you. Email me any time!
     
    Sincerely,
    Tessa
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  • Dear families, 

    If you are starting to feel like a jester, juggling one thousand things, please know that you are not alone! My advice for the remainder of the week is to do less. In doing less, your child may actually learn more. What does this mean? It means, choose one academic subject to focus on each day.

    Dedicate Wednesday to working on reading and writing. Dedicate Thursday to working on math. Dedicate Friday to working on science and play. (Board games teach turn taking, counting, and problem solving, all in one.) Let your child’s curiosity take center stage. Keep it fun. And remember, I am here to support you. 

    I will follow this same advice moving into next week. Each day, I will send subject specific emails full of new resources to help students work on math, reading, writing, science, and social studies, one subject each day. I am grateful for your communication and cooperation. I am also inspired by your child's focused work thus far. Enjoy the afternoon!

    Sincerely,

    Tessa

     
     

  • Dear Families,

    How are you feeling? If you tried learning from home today, what went well? Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions or comments. I am here to support you. 

    In preparation for Tuesday, It is helpful to remember that during stressful times, rest is often best. Your family may feel extra tired. Honor this feeling and allow multiple naps in place of learning if necessary. It is also important that you give yourself time to get your own work done. 

    Children love forts, tents, nooks, and comfy corners. One idea is to create an “at home” office for your child. First graders also love office supplies. Let your child use pens, clip boards, tape, staplers, post its, whatever you have available and are willing to share. Ask your child to work independently on spelling worksheets, math workbooks, reading a book, or journal writing in his or her own office space. Set the timer for an agreed upon amount of time to encourage focused, uninterrupted work. Match however many minutes of uninterrupted working, with that same number of minutes for play. For example, one hour of work should be followed by one hour of play. If your child needs motivation, double the play! This means that how ever many minutes your child works independently, allow them double the amount of minutes for play. For example, one hour of working earns two hours of choice play. Is your child still resistant to this idea? Try uninterrupted play first. Once you have been able to get your own work accomplished, pick one learning activity to complete together. 

    On Tuesdays, our class has library. Stephanie Dreyer, Our school librarian has suggested using the website hoopladigital.com to access digital audiobooks. It is free to sign up. All you need is your CLAMS library card number. I also suggest checking out Epic! reads. Attached to this email is a handout for how to log in. This is an amazing website, truly worth looking at.

    1. Visit https://www.getepic.com/sign-in
    2. Click “Student”
    3. Enter the code vqm3092

    I have attached a guiding plan for Tuesday. Please ignore this plan if you do not find it helpful. Again, rest is best.

     

    Sincerely, 

    Tessa

     

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  • Dear families, 

    I wish you all a safe and healthy week. As Monday approaches, Here are a few helpful tips for making learning at home both positive and successful:

     

    1. Write down a schedule for learning.
    2. Offer choice. Ask your child, “do you want to start with math, spelling, reading, or writing today?”
    3. Set a timer to complete academic tasks in 10-20 minute increments.
    4. Break frequently for play and time outside.
    5. Whenever possible, incorporate games into learning.

     

    If you are interested, I have attached a possible full day schedule that mimics a normal Monday for our class. Here is a short summary: 

     

    8am Breakfast and play

    9am Work on reading. Read aloud together and journal, writing down what you read in “My Reading Journal.” Use a computer to go on Lexiacore5, or choose a spelling worksheet to complete. 

    If your child is resistant to read or write about reading, ask them to play “Stuffy School.” Have your child line their stuffed animals or favorite toys on the couch or rug. Your child should then read aloud to their stuffies for 20 full minutes, pretending that they are the teacher and their stuffies are in school. 

    10am Snack then play. Or, head outside to enjoy fresh air.

    11am Work on math. Choose a workbook page, worksheet, or go onto ixl.com. Then play a math game together. 

    12pm Lunch then play

    1pm Work on Writing. Ask your child to write about their day or something that they loved doing this weekend. Is your child resistant to write? Encourager them to write in your new Fundations journal. Tell them that they can send me a picture of their writing, or help them type their story into an email to me, and I will respond! 

    2pm Nap or Quiet Read using books from home or kidsa-z.com

     

    Of course, do what feels right for you and your child. I am available through email if you need any help accessing learning activities or student accounts.

    Sincerely,

    Tessa

     

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