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Carolina Alonso Jun 15
Critical Literacy in Early Elementary Grades via
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Lisa Stringfellow Jun 15
10 books besides ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ that tackle racial injustice
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SF Said Jun 23
"READING SHOULD BE A CHOICE, not a chore! To see themselves as readers, children must be in charge & have ownership about their reading." Great piece on by - recommends this brilliant poster: (Art: Quentin Blake)
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Mrs Mon 14h
Kung-Fu Punctuation fun this morning. Black belts for everyone in P4 🥋
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ApSeed Education 3m
Say cheese! Summer Academy camp is going great! The children use ApSeed Seedlings throughout the day for continued learning all summer.
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Dr. Jennifer Williams 1h
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MHS Library 24h
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Reading Plus Jun 19
“We view literacy as the wheel in the middle that every other spoke comes off of." Learn how Reading Plus helped Lindsay USD find success.
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Karl Holton 2h
"Never put off till tomorrow the book you can read today" Holbrook Jackson matters
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Karl Holton 50m
"I had found my religion: nothing seemed more important to me than a book. I saw the library as a temple." matters
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Stephanie Carr 3h
Guest Scientist Reader for Catons Chapel Summer Reading Camp! Experiments with chemical and physical change!
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Rebecca Street 2h
Having a Matariki Breakfast hot chocolate this morning with some of my Toa and Aroha ākonga.
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LexploreUK 17h
can have an incredible impact in the ! Find out how our based assessment can offer a powerful new insight into , helping with the early identification of any difficulties...
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Mrs. Robinson Is Reading 3h
Audiobooks👏🏻Count👏🏻Too
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Doria Sullivan 7h
When you’re a literacy nerd like me in Cherokee, NC, you analyze and admire the writing system! 💙💚
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WriteReader.com 9h
Not sure about the purpose of the adult writing field in WriteReader? Check out this blog post: Which options are you planning to use this year to help improve your child’s or students’ writing and reading?
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Karl Holton 3h
"Some say life is the thing, but I prefer reading" Ruth Rendell matters
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Staci Reichard 7h
There are so many benefits from listening to an audiobook! “Children who are better listeners are also better learners”
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Jennifer Galik Jun 20
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Sunnyside Primary 10h
P.5AB have been busy finishing our pirate stories and making up our books. Look out for our names on the bookshelves of shops in the future. We have some aspiring authors and illustrators here!
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