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SF Said Sep 15
"Reading for pleasure is the most important factor in a child's educational development." A fantastic interview with , full of insights into & what really works if you want to get EVERY CHILD READING! (Art: Charles M Schulz)
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SF Said Sep 18
Why do I write children's books? Because the books we read when we're young are the most important books of all. They're the ones that help us find out who we are, and what we can do. They make us readers, and change our lives FOREVER! (Art: Quentin Blake)
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New Town Music Department Sep 21
Spending time reading & providing feedback to the assignments of our guitar ss. Ss put themselves in the real life scenario of becoming a music rep. Ss were required to professionally respond to an email using correct terminology, & grammar. Impressed by the creativity!
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Doria Sullivan 12h
A RR trained reading coach in my district wanted to chat about this “E.Hanford thing”. She asked me to help her understand. I’m using the ABC approach- find something we Agree on, Build on it with new knowledge, Compare our differing views
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Miss Kopriva Sep 20
Can someone make me one!? I love this useful organization.
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Tammy Meyer Sep 21
Can’t wait to have visit my school next month! I know she will get our students excited about reading books & instill a love of literacy in them! ❤️
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Martin Koprowski Sep 17
What does a shopping receipt tell you about a person and their habits? Grade 7/8s making inferences from grocery recipes!
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Kyla Cameron Sep 21
Today is in Maple Ridge day! Looking forward to learning with hundreds of educators! Please note due to flight ✈️ delays the start time was changed to 1pm- lunch still at 12. Thank you
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Libraries Deliver UK Sep 21
People struggling with are more likely to be poor, lack education, and miss out on opportunities to participate fully in society and the workforce
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Sep 20
Just discovered the most amazing children’s book by that not only has a meaningful social message, has numerous opportunities for rich talk throughout (How can the Dino eat 300 sandwiches but only need 1 juice box?). Connecting to !
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Muskego Lakes Project i Sep 17
Project i students had a class discussion in literacy and talked about what makes reading dull, and what makes it exciting!
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dailySTEM Sep 21
Here's this week's issue of The Daily STEM...your weekly 1 page "newspaper" to help kids engage with through in a fun way! Download every issue at & share how you're using them at your school!
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SF Said Sep 18
How are readers made? Not by grammar tests, but by reading for pleasure. So please, let kids read books THEY really want to read! Because those are the books that will turn them readers & change their lives forever. (Cartoon by )
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Leicestershire Cares Sep 21
And the winner is..... the 6700 young people our business volunteers worked with last year
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D 22h
I have created 'family bags' to support home-school connection regarding emergent letter and sound learning. Simply print the pages, gather the materials needed, and send home each activity in a bag to families.
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James Wigfall 13h
The most impressive part of this entire trip has been the evidential fact that is committed to as part of a basic necessity of life. Everywhere that I walk in this city, people are reading. Adults, kids, homeless, & wealthy ppl all are reading
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Leticia Elcy Skae Sep 20
Here’s my favorite quote from a student today. “I can’t believe I’m going to say this...but can we just read today?” 🤩 another student then responded “yes, can we? I have really good book I just got.” My heart is full! 💖😭📚
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Jennifer Browning Sep 19
Frost Literacy Night was amazing! It was great to see all the students and their families!
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Karl Holton 1h
"Good books don't give up all their secrets at once" Stephen King matters
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Kyla Cameron Sep 21
is in the building and we are about to start
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