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I've danced around enough on this question... I have just read some of the past articles from Cheryl Sigmon's site, and figured out the real question I have. Can I do Four Blocks on my own, in my classroom, if no other teachers in my school use it? And short of finding a workshop, what should I read this summer to get a good start come September? I've used the F/P guided reading, and I like what I read in bits and pieces on Four Blocks, but don't want to jump in with both feet unless I can do it on my own. Thanks, and I hope I get this figured out soon, I'm tired of trying tp piece together a reading program I like, and works for the kids too.
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  • brad /blockquote> On 5/11/07, Patti wrote: > I've danced around enough on this question...> I have just read some of the past articles from Cheryl > Sigmon's site, and figured out the real question I have. > Can I do Four Bloc...See More
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