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Read On Arizona Aug 13
Why at home? Here's a friendly reminder.
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Literacy with Miss P Aug 8
I've been beavering away creating a list of Top 20 Tools for Teaching Vocab. --> Please feel free to share. 2-page PDF + word doc also downloadable from the blog. You're welcome!
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Orton-Gillingham Aug 12
It's craft time! Check out our Pinterest page for all kinds of -themed inspiration that make reading and writing fun and easy in the classroom or at home!
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Maggie Cummins 9h
Leaders explore ways to build students' skills digitally. shared some awesome resources to get them excited about upcoming lessons!
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Rwanda Reads Aug 12
🀩 International Literacy Day and National Literacy Month are just around the corner! Save that date! πŸ“˜πŸ“™πŸ“—
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Rotary Teach 22h
Through Asha Kiran program, let us give Freedom to children from Illiteracy.
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Christian 2h
Awesome example of how to engage children in a read aloud by incorporating their culture & music preference.
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WriteReader.com Aug 6
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ONTSpecialNeeds Aug 8
Stages of the reader.
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Lorraine BrontΓ« Magee Aug 15
This spring, my students wrote a persuasive letter asking our local library to improve book access for kids by eliminating fines over the summer - and it worked! The full story is on my blog today.
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Rotary Teach Aug 14
RID 3070 and 3080 signed a MoU with . represented by Minister of Education Shri Suresh Bhardwaj. Focus on by implementing program
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HLNA Aug 14
Join our dedicated staff and make a difference in the lives of our learners! Two part-time positions are available for the 2018-19 school year.
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J. P. Ryon Elem 10h
Wait for it... that πŸ˜„ is what we are here for! We are so excited to have some very amazing rising 1st and 3rd graders join us for our πŸ’¦ , and camp!
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LitClubs in Rwanda 13h
As for National Strategic Plan report of June 2017: The 20 percent of women and 16 percent of men in Rwanda can't read and write. How are we responding to this? response to this clear need is keeping our children engaged during critical out of school times.
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Jennifer Gonzalez Aug 12
Why is my kid allowed to make spelling mistakes?
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Drapers' VP Aug 14
Wonderful compilation of books linked to subjects
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MilperraPSupportUnit Aug 13
Phonics great has been a great success in our unit
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The Drama Box Aug 15
The energy from the teachers at was electric this morning!⚑️🌟 we cant wait to do it all again with your pupils next week πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸŒˆ
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Brandon Johnson 12h
Takeaways for Deepening via
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Keys to Literacy Aug 15
Nice piece in The Atlantic about how to make students care about writing
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