Franklin students get early lesson on upcoming school year

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Nearly 60 students who will start kindergarten at Franklin schools in two weeks are getting an early start in learning to think analytically.

On Monday, some of the students heard a story about fairies read by their teachers, who stopped periodically to discuss the different job duties held by tooth fairies and blanket fairies. Other students, who are spending this week studying health and nutrition, helped their teachers make lists of fruits and vegetables they like to eat.

The students, who are enrolled in Franklin’s three-week pre-kindergarten camp at Northwood Elementary School, also are learning what will be expected of them when they start school.

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