Cooper Boardman

Cooper Boardman

Biography

Cooper Boardman live in Connecticut and was born in 1998.

My favorite subjects in school are Spanish and Social Studies. I love sports, and I play baseball, basketball, and football. I am a huge Yankees fan and it is one of my dreams to be a sports broadcaster. I also have been playing the classical guitar since I was 5 years old. I love learning new pieces on my instrument. I hope to learn more about achieving my dream of becoming a sports reporter throughout my Kids Press Corps experience. I want to be a Scholastic Kid Reporter because I want to share my passion for both writing and reporting with the world.

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    Un paseo de noche

    Un paseo de noche

    by Elisha Cooper

    An evening stroll through the neighborhood illuminates the gentle changes that come with the end of the day.

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    The Great BIG Idea Book: Language Arts

    The Great BIG Idea Book: Language Arts

    by Christine Boardman Moen

    A compilation of five titles from the Best-Ever Activities for Grades 2-3 series, this terrific book is packed with teacher-tested ideas and activities that teach important language arts skills and concepts in vocabulary, spelling, writing, grammar, and listening & speaking—and meet the Language Arts Standards. Includes tips for working with second language learners; assessment ideas; and writing, art, music, and movement connections for kids of all learning styles. You'll also find reproducible activity pages, easy-to-make manipulatives, games, and much more!

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