by Jacqueline Reis -
A class that was small even by private school standards met recently in a fashionably appointed classroom at Bancroft School.
“What are some of the family sounds we know?” asked teacher Laura Hamel.
“Ing, king,” responded one of the three second-grade students in front of her.
“Ank, tank,” said Charlotte Barrett.
“Pink, ink,” said Benjamin Condon.
“Unk, trunk,” said Charlotte.
The three took turns reading a book with Ms. Hamel, and at times turning to sound charts in the room for help.
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[Via Worcester Telegram & Gazette]