Week of June 8th

Hello Families,

We are sad to say that this school year is coming to an end!  We enjoyed having you in our classroom and going on all of our cool remote adventures!  We will end our school year with our Special Jim Gill concert and give our final farewells during our Monday Literacy time.  This meet will be extending until 10:45.  Please be sure to send me your Jim Gill “May There Always Be” pictures.  We want to make sure that everyone’s picture is added to our Ray preschool book!  We will most likely have a few minutes to ask Jim a few questions.  Please assist your child in coming up with a question to ask.  Not every child will get the opportunity to ask their question, but you can feel free to email the question to him.

We will also meet up with our 4th Grade Buddies during our last Brunch Meet Up.  We are asking for our students to draw pictures of the favorite thing they did with their buddy this year.  Please be sure to join us!  Our 4th grade buddies will be so happy to see everyone!

If you are looking for a few more activities to do with your child please visit https://cps.edu/SiteCollectionDocuments/enrichmentlearning/June8/PreK-Resource-Packet-English-06-08-20.pdf  for activities.  Your very own Ms. Bethanie was the co-creator for these activities.  Hopefully your child will be able to recognize some of the same activities and language we used in the classroom.

If you have a Chicago Public School device that you borrowed during remote learning please return it to Ray school on either Tuesday, May 16th or Wednesday, May 17th from 9 to 1 pm.  Thank You!

If you are interested in or know of other families who are interested for their child to attend preschool next year there will be a vertical information session this Wednesday here is the link:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1guCt9mBfFUV2jLb63bo-onubXwe4cljt/view

We want to thank all of the parents who were patient and took time make sure your child participated in our remote learning.  We enjoyed seeing all of our students and we hope everyone enjoyed spending time with us each week!  We hope everyone has a great summer.  Please remember not to sweat the small stuff and enjoy the little pleasures in life!

Best,

Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

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Week of May 26th

Hello everyone,

We hope everyone had a nice weekend. We are excited to see everyone this week.

If you have not signed your child up for CPS email and our PreK classroom, please do so. Contact me by email bsmith4@cps.edu if you need help. There are many valuable resources on the PreK google classroom page.

Class code: 7d3y3ac

Is your child on EPIC? This is a great resource for reading and listening to books. Many of the books also have a quiz at the end if your child enjoys testing their knowledge! https://www.getepic.com/

STMath is another great online resource to improve mathematical thinking and number sense. The activities extend beyond simple addition and subtraction and can be done independently by your child. https://www.stmath.com/coronavirus

Finally- Here are several resources from Learning Without Tears for improving your child’s fine motor skills.

https://msheatherhall.weebly.com/uploads/1/2/7/0/127085586/lwtrainbowdrawingenglish1590158122482.pdf

https://msheatherhall.weebly.com/uploads/1/2/7/0/127085586/athomepacketaprilprekenglish1590157670629.pdf

https://msheatherhall.weebly.com/uploads/1/2/7/0/127085586/at-home_packet_april_k_english.pdf

This week we will meet on Wednesday for Ms. Bethanie’s Math Fun: meet.google.com/uxv-vzkv-pvh and on Friday for Ms. Anna’s Fit Friday Yoga: meet.google.com/dhf-dnzy-dhm.

We will continue to explore our classroom favorites. Please be sure to join us!

Best,

Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

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Hello everyone,

We hope everyone had a great weekend! We are looking forward to seeing everyone this week.
If you have not signed your child up for CPS email and our PreK classroom, please do so. Contact me by email bsmith4@cps.edu if you need help.

There are many valuable resources on the PreK google classroom page.

Class code: 7d3y3ac

Is your child on EPIC? This is a great resource for reading and listening to books. Many of the books also have a quiz at the end if your child enjoys testing their knowledge! https://www.getepic.com/

STMath is another great online resource to improve mathematical thinking and number sense. The activities extend beyond simple addition and subtraction and can be done independently by your child. https://www.stmath.com/coronavirus

Finally- Here are some great resources from Learning without Tears for improving your child’s fine motor skills.

lwtrainbowdrawingenglish1590158122482.pdf
Download File

athomepacketaprilprekenglish1590157670629.pdf
Download File

at-home_packet_april_k_english.pdf
Download File

This week we will meet on Wednesday for Ms. Bethanie’s Math Fun: meet.google.com/uxv-vzkv-pvh and on Friday for Ms. Anna’s Fit Friday Yoga: meet.google.com/dhf-dnzy-dhm.
Our class will meet on Thursday to continue discussing seeds, plants and flowers: meet.google.com/brk-tbnw-hpk

Best,
Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

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Dear Families,

We hope you had a fantastic weekend, staying in and enjoying time with your family.

We would like to share some more helpful resources and information on the blog this week.

Here are some fun ideas to your child up and moving, especially as the weather in Chicago begins to get nicer!

PLAY STARTERS

https://letsfindout.scholastic.com/pages/sandbox/learn-at-home-play-starters.html

Are you missing the zoos, museums, and your other favorite cultural institutions?  If so, check out these virtual field trips!

STAY HOME HIT PLAY
https://www.hitplaychicago.org/

Free Food Distribution Boxes- Every Friday.
FREE FOOD DISTRIBUTION

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Eb-XFXWblW4/Xr6ZQEjyoEI/AAAAAAAABWU/XYJ_tvtbAfYzEzxtvosoKEGEQaRoa6WAACK8BGAsYHg/s0/2020-05-15.jpg

Don’t Forget to join us as we count down to the end of the school year with our ABC Countdown. Send a picture to your child’s teacher through email or Dojo if you participate. We love to see your Pre-K Spirit!

5/18 F Favorite Book Day – Enjoy a favorite book and share on Google Meet/Classroom
5/19 G Game Day – Play an electronic game with a friend
5/20 H Hat Day or
Hashtag Day–#FUN #EndofQuarantine #Summer #Howmanymoredaysof remotelearning
5/21 I Identical Day ( Dress Identical to Another Person: Family Member, Class or a Friend
5/22 J Joke Day – Message someone a joke
5/26 K Kindness Day – Be kind to EVERYONE and do something kind for someone!
5/27 L Laugh – Find a reason to laugh & make some else laugh 
5/28 M Music Day – Play your favorite song at 3:00PM)
5/29 N Nickname Day—Choose a nickname to be called all day! Make a Nametag!
6/1 O Oreo Day – Find creative ways to enjoy oreo cookies
6/2 P Pajama Day – Wear your pjs all day
6/3 Q Quiet Day—Enjoy some extra silence! The QUIET GAME, so nice!
6/4 R Rainbow Day – Be creative with colors
6/5 S Support the 8th graders and Preschoolers – Make a graduation sign to support our Ray Warrior Graduates, Class of 2020!
6/8 T Thank you Day (Write thank you notes to anyone of your choice)
6/9 U Unforgettable Day – Recap the year together with your class or family
6/10 V Volunteer Day—Volunteer to help out around the house.
6/11 W Watermelon Day—enjoy a sweet treat and do ‘watermelon’ activities!
6/12 X eXtra Day – Extra fun Day – Decide as a class on an activity
6/15 Y Year End Celebration Day—-hand out awards and celebrate!
6/16 Z Zoom Out of Remote Learning, Google Classroom and Google Meet!

We hope to see everyone Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for whole group learning and during our weekly breakfast meetings!

Pre-k Project Packet

https://cps.edu/SiteCollectionDocuments/enrichmentlearning/May11/PreK-Resource-Packet-English-05-11-20.pdf

Have a wonderful week,

Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

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ABC Countdown to Summer School- Virtual Style

Ray Elementary School
Virtual ABC Countdown to SUMMER VACATION 2020!
Quarantine Style

5/11 A Animal Day – Take a photo of you and your favorite stuff animal
5/12 B Backwards Day – Wear your clothes backwards, walk backwards  &/or do a backwards routine
5/13 C Create a face mask or Do a fun craft or two.
5/14 D Dance like no one is watching. If you can, create a tic toc video.
5/15 E Exercise at 8:45am and 3:45PM
5/18 F Favorite Book Day – Enjoy a favorite book and share on Google Meet/Classroom
5/19 G Game Day – Play an electronic game with a friend
5/20 H Hat Day or
Hashtag Day–#FUN #EndofQuarantine #Summer #Howmanymoredaysof remotelearning
5/21 I Identical Day ( Dress Identical to Another Person: Family Member, Class or a Friend
5/22 J Joke Day – Message someone a joke
5/26 K Kindness Day – Be kind to EVERYONE and do something kind for someone!
5/27 L Laugh – Find a reason to laugh & make some else laugh 
5/28 M Music Day – Play your favorite song at 3:00PM)
5/29 N Nickname Day—Choose a nickname to be called all day! Make a Nametag!
6/1 O Oreo Day – Find creative ways to enjoy oreo cookies
6/2 P Pajama Day – Wear your pjs all day
6/3 Q Quiet Day—Enjoy some extra silence! The QUIET GAME, so nice!
6/4 R Rainbow Day – Be creative with colors
6/5 S Support the 8th graders and Preschoolers – Make a graduation sign to support our Ray Warrior Graduates, Class of 2020!
6/8 T Thank you Day (Write thank you notes to anyone of your choice)
6/9 U Unforgettable Day – Recap the year together with your class or family
6/10 V Volunteer Day—Volunteer to help out around the house.
6/11 W Watermelon Day—enjoy a sweet treat and do ‘watermelon’ activities!
6/12 X eXtra Day – Extra fun Day – Decide as a class on an activity
6/15 Y Year End Celebration Day—-hand out awards and celebrate!
6/16 Z Zoom Out of Remote Learning, Google Classroom and Google Meet!

We hope you have an amazing SUMMER RAY WARRIOR! This has been a year like no other!

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Week of May 11th

Hello Everyone,

 

We hope everyone had a great weekend! We hope all the mother’s had a great Mother’s day!

 

We have lots of resources for everyone this week. This first one is a great online video book library! Our class loved watching several of the books on this platform. Be sure to check out I am Dirty and I am Brave! The students loved learning about the garbage truck and fire engines!

Bookflix is being offered to support Pre-K-2nd grade remote learning! Please use the username and password listed below to access our free district-wide account.

Username: Learning20
Password: Clifford

Bookflix can be accessed on all types of devices at https://bookflix.digital.scholastic.com/.  

This license is valid until June 30, 2020.

The next resource is for all of the Jim Gill fans (that fun pattern song we did during our Wednesday meet- up)! During the school year we did our own extension of his storybook and song in our classroom. Many of you may remember our display near the entry in our classroom. Please go to:

to enjoy a new kid made version of this song. The drawings and words were kid generated. Hopefully this will inspire the kids to make a new “May There Always Be….drawing! Please remember to share on Class Dojo!

 

The next two resources are for families who many need some supplement food (and don’t forget meals can be picked up at Ray each weekday from 9-1) or some extra support with mental wellness during this time. Please go to these links for more information.

Supplemental Nutrition resource:

 

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-PUQcQpiI9_I/XrK89ZwOcNI/AAAAAAAABHg/GWwGZHfdg4kPH9pxO6B9MkLLF-BcNbdLACK8BGAsYHg/s0/2020-05-06.jpg

 

Mental Wellness Support: https://mhanational.org/covid19

 

We hope to see everyone Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for whole group learning and during our weekly breakfast meetings!

 

Best,

Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

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Week of May 4th

We are excited to see everyone again this week. This week we will meet up daily at 10 am with the entire PreK group on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Please remember to join us for our class brunch on Thursday. This is a time where the students can visit with each other and enjoy great storybooks with Ms. Maggie and me. We will listen to a great book called Alfie on Monday and discuss how different characters can have different perspectives. We will learn more about patterns during PreK Math Fun and take another magical journey in Ms. Anna’s yoga class. A few reminders for the week:
• Please remain close by your child during our google meets. The students are often directed to share with an adult and the learning is improved with purposeful interactions.
• Please remember to mute your child’s microphone before and after speaking and position the camera so that your child can be seen.
• Please be on time for the google meets. We will begin admitting children at 9:55am, so that we can all start on time at 10am.
• Please set up your child’s CPS gmail account if you have not done so already. Directions were sent via the caregiver’s email. After logging into your child’s email account, please follow the instructions to login into Ray PreK Google classroom.
• Activities and resources are regularly uploaded to the PreK Google classroom. Please utilize these activities/resources/assignments if it makes sense for your family.
• Have you signed your child up for Epic yet? This is a great resource and our weekly books are found on this site.
The PreK team is working diligently to secure materials for home learning tools like crayons, paper, math manipulatives and more.

Be sure to check your Class Dojo for at home activities to dive into this week.

Best,
Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

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Week of April 27th




Dear Families, 

We are so happy that we have been able to connect with you through Dojo, phone, email or google meet. We love connecting with you and your child each day.  

This week we will have google meetings M-F: 
 
Monday: Full Group Literacy (meet.google.com/vkp-vcdw-pmu
M,T,W,F: Office Hours 10:45-11:45 https://meet.google.com/fbm-qezo-obr

Wednesday: Full Group Math (meet.google.com/uso-kbbj-iqz)
Thursday: Brunch Meeting- https://meet.google.com/tzp-kbkf-jiy

Friday: Full Group Yoga! (meet.google.com/zav-eknd-kdv)


  • Check your email for an invite to EPIC! it is a wonderful literacy resource.  We have assigned books to your child that we use during the Google Meets.  
  • Please create a CPS email account for your child if you have not yet. Directions were sent by email. Please reach out to me (ajmormolstei@cps.edu) if you didn’t receive the email or need help.  
  • Join our PreK classroom. An invite is waiting in your child’s CPS email inbox.


Pre-K Weekly Project: 

http://msanna413.weebly.com/uploads/7/1/5/2/71525415/fullproject.prek4.27pdf__1_.pdf

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Love,

Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

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Week of April 20th

Dear Families,

Thank you for your engagement as we continue to transition into remote learning for our youngest learners. We continue to stress the importance of enjoying books together (talking and reading) and playing with your child, as well as encouraging independent play. These are the most important ways young children learn. Make remote learning work for your family and don’t hesitate to reach out to either classroom teacher for additional ideas tailored for your child.

  • Please create a CPS email account for your child if you have not yet. Directions were sent by email. Please reach out to me if you didn’t receive the email or need help.
  • Join our PreK classroom. An invite is waiting in your child’s CPS email inbox.
  • We will meet Monday and Wednesday this week from 10-10:30am as a combined PreK group for literacy (meet.google.com/zmf-fgko-omo) and math (meet.google.com/ddt-uzky-bvt). We will NOT meet on Friday this week.
  • We will also have a breakfast meet specific for our classroom on Thursday this week from 10-10:45 (https://meet.google.com/tzp-kbkf-jiy). We do not have a specific focus this week. We will encourage the children to take turns sharing with us and their classmates.
  • We will have office hours this week on M/T/W/F from 10:45am-11:45am the google meet (https://meet.google.com/fbm-qezo-obr). Please join anytime during that hour to share, troubleshoot email setup or ask questions.
  • This is the week we were originally scheduled for conferences. If you would like to discuss your child’s learning in more detail- we can set up a phone conference or google meet. Please email me if you are interested.
  • Finally, please find the attached document that outlines two weeks of projects for PreK students. https://cps.edu/SiteCollectionDocuments/enrichmentlearning/April13/PreK-Resource-Packet-English-04-13-20.pdf
  • If you haven’t heard- CPS classes will NOT resume this year. We will continue to update you on how we might be able to connect as a class, as we get closer to the end of the school year.

We are missing the children so much. Sending out huge amounts of gratitude and love!


Love, 

Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

As always the best way to reach Ms. Maggie and me is with ClassDojo.

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Week of April 13th

Dear Families,

We are so excited to start our virtual learning this week. We will be having meetings via Google Meet:

Monday: 10:00-10:30 AM
Wednesday: 10:00-10:30 AM (Wear Green for Ray Spirit Day!!)
Friday: 10:00-10:30 AM

Please check your email for the invitations to these meetings.
We also recommend downloading the grid extension for google meet so that you can see all the the children at once.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/google-meet-grid-view/bjkegbgpfgpikgkfidhcihhiflbjgfic?hl=en-US

If you need access to technology please email your child’s teacher and we will help connect you.

This week we will be available for office hours 1:00-2:00, Monday-Friday. We can be reached by email.

We can’t wait to virtually learn with you this week!

Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

Pre-K Plans for the Week of 4/13/20

Read Alouds/Literacy:

“Flotsam” by David Wiesner

Encourage your child to describe what’s happening in this wordless text.
Extension activity: Inspect and Collect

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A0a39276d-ccd6-49c7-8275-1fd526e8e5f8

Math:

“A Pair of Socks” by Stuart J. Murphy

Extension activity: Fabric Counts (sorting and graphing):

Fabric Counts

Veggie Line Up:
https://teachingstrategies.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/TS_Activities_Week_2_L2_Activity9.pdf

Writing/Fine Motor:

Set up your own free account at Learning Without Tears. This account will allow you to access some of our favorite songs for learning and routines.
https://www.lwtears.com/programs/distance-learning

Name Writing:
Have your child practice writing their name. Then send us a picture by email or Dojo.

Sensory:

Molding Shapes
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A827eb0b4-e67d-4d91-b6cc-e164157fca1d

Art/Science:
SPONGE-PRINT STARS
1.Trace around star cookie cutters on thin sponges and cut out the shapes.
2.Let your child dip the sponge shapes into white paint and press them on black paper to make star prints.
3.Have them sprinkle on salt or glitter while the paint is still wet, if you wish.

Gross Motor:

Movement Sticks:

Movement Sticks

“Munch, Muncha, Muncha” by Candace Fleming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEZnpXVI6L4

To and From
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3Ae5369a4e-7799-4cd0-8ac6-209f37b08326

Social/Emotional:

When you Feel So Mad that you want to Roar Song:
https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/ce65aeaa-ddd2-45dd-908e-6abd84ef2cb2/ce65aeaa-ddd2-45dd-908e-6abd84ef2cb2/#.XpCcNS-ZPfZ

“The Color Monster” by Anna Llenas

Articles and Readings:

Emotional Well-Being
How can boredom be a positive thing for my child?Boredom is a really great thing for all of us! When we’re bored, we ask, “What can I do?” For young children, this is an opportunity for them to independently explore. They learn to be curious and creative within their environment. This is wonderful for their brains and their bodies too! Ultimately, boredom is better for their development than being overscheduled.

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Week of March 30th

Dearest Families,


We miss you and hope you are all maintaining good physical health, as well as emotional health. Please find a list of enrichment resources below. All activities are optional and should be used as you see fit. Please prioritize time to connect, play and read with your child above all else. We are learning more about how remote learning will function for our youngest learners and will keep you updated.

If you are not connected on ClassDojo, please email me directly, as I will be using that platform to connect with families throughout the week.

Best,
Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

Read Alouds/Literacy:

“If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” by Laura Numeroff
https://www.facebook.com/100002432114310/videos/2821590014598708/
At dinner or at bedtime, make a habit of reflecting together about the events of your child’s day. Ask questions like: What was the first thing you did after you woke up this morning? What did you do before lunch? What did you do between playing and dinnertime?

Same Sound Game
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A4910d41a-a60e-4920-8fc6-757abaef1ac2

ABC phonics songs on the Learning Station
https://youtu.be/1dNI74FZ6Vc

Ms. Bethanie & nephew reading Hair Love
https://cvws.icloud-content.com/B/ASB8yjconbagkjqYqQykzdZ38l2rAdGySc1OmY9q1VoZ_rlGL4YMdKRq/IMG_2167.MOV?o=AkkUn1faXs1c1vDCaW2fYANYiiJ960gwrvSAFkkqsy_G&v=1&x=3&a=CAogOlIg46RZb6sw3nQNHiyVRwqRqX69vlWfU03bnExqYP4SJxCbx4PIki4Ym9f-m5wuIgEAKggByAD_YsHPVFIEd_Jdq1oEDHSkag&e=1588122856&k=CLIQ3IFSRt3Is-b5v-y2Jg&fl=&r=A1A4A3C2-7C0E-453D-8B58-DA33CC610047-1&ckc=com.apple.largeattachment&ckz=83C594A8-057A-43D3-9980-73A1DE9493C2&p=26&s=RP6UtkRV0uVKJKmk3jfMygyb69E&teh=1

Math:

Math About Me
https://www.kohlchildrensmuseum.org/activities/math-about-me/

Writing/Fine Motor:

Set up your own free account at Learning Without Tears. This account will allow you to access some of our favorite songs for learning and routines. 
https://www.lwtears.com/programs/distance-learning
Please find The Crayon Song on the Music tab of the Resources page. Have your child sing along and practice writing or coloring using the proper finger grip.

Have your child complete the “Aim and Scribble” page using proper grip. Make sure to have your child put down their crayon multiple times and practice picking up their crayon with the proper grip. 
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3Ae0d7b554-afbf-4aad-af8d-00ed862fa574

Art/Science: 

“What Will Happen Next?” https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A3b9c5001-c9eb-469f-97fd-410e5584476c

Gross Motor:

“Copy Each Other”
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A347424e4-10aa-44bd-928b-988413840e25

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Week of March 9th

Hello Parents:

We are enjoying our Goldilocks and the 3 Bears study. We have already explore various versions including Goldilocks and the 3 Dinosaurs by Mo Willems, and Curlilocks and the 3 Pink Pandas by Yolanda King. We will also begin our pattern focus. We will continue to focus on making complex patterns and numeracy next week. I will upload pix on Class Dojo this week! Please continue to keep an out on our Goldilocks work and our mathematical creations.

Please be sure to check your child’s mailbox daily. There’s important school information about visitor check in and check out system and the safety and security of our school.

HELP NEEDED
As some of you know I am the My Very Own Library coordinator for our school and I am in charge of running the Scholastic Book Fair (where all the children in the school received a free backpack and 5 free books last semester and will receive 4 more books this month). I am in need of volunteers to assist in checking out the books. The process is simple and I only need volunteers for 1-3 hour shifts (I’ll take any length of time). I need volunteers on Wednesday, March 25th from 8:45-3:40 and Thursday, March 26th from 8:45- 1:00. If you are able to help please let me know. I would really appreciate it.

SUPPLIES NEEDED

We are also in need of paper towels and envelops for our writing center. If you can donate a few that would be great!

Have a great week,
Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

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