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Wunderbuds Sep 17
"A parent’s love is whole no matter how many times divided." – Robert Brault
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PA PBS Sep 16
Check out the Learn and Discover Activities from WITF - available in English and Spanish!
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SIS Myanmar Sep 11
The secret is... synchronous and asynchronous learning. Find out more here:
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Pauline King Shannon Sep 18
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SIS Myanmar Sep 11
Parents are a key partner to a learner's success! Find out more in our blog post:
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Nutri Heal Lounge Sep 11
First ever Virtual Extravaganza Training Day 1
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CU Scotland Sep 18
Passionate about and ? We'd love to see you at our event on the 7th of October! We'll take a closer look at how we can work together to better support digitally excluded CYP. Read more and book your space:
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Teach My Sep 15
Teach My Preschooler Teaching Resources
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Yvonna Graham 4h
Reading should always be fun! Here are kid-friendly ways to use Fox Trot, Calvin and Hobbes, and Far Side to increase reading vocabulary:
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SIS Myanmar Sep 11
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Sarah Head, M. Ed. Sep 11
These are great examples of hands-on learning activities for ❤️
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Chaathra Sep 11
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SIS Myanmar Sep 11
Find out more about different types of distance learning. You'll know more after our Webinar!
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Kat Carolan Sep 17
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Dr. Julie Barta, PsyD 14h
It’s okay that they are wiggle bottoms and have the attention span of a squirrel. Love them, regulate them, and they will learn.
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PA PBS Sep 18
Learn more about datacasting from WLVT:
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Yvonna Graham 22h
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Toddler's Den Sep 18
Master breathing techniques and asanas, and practice mindfulness with the founder and CEO of and a registered yoga teacher certified to teach both children's and adult yoga - Michelle Faber 🧘
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HazelThatBunny Sep 11
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Toddler's Den Sep 12
As a part of a follow up home extension activity for the concept ‘after numbers’, our K1 tods had to pass a thread through numbers placed randomly to connect them in the correct sequence. Job well done kids!
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