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Logan Caldwell 1m
The teachers at St. Luke’s Day School exhibiting their passion and dedication for their profession well into the night. Thank you for inviting me to present on . Everyone’s energy was contagious!
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ÉcoleVarennesFC Feb 14
Learning through play! We have noticed that a lot of our children are very interested in cars. So we made roads in the shape of letters!
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TweetMeet Central #MSFTEduChat 9h
❓ Q1. What role does education play in your classroom?
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Jana Hallford, CTSM 3m
This book drive is a wonderful tradition at I enjoy supporting. I've been buying books to bring.
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Southridge Kindies 1 5h
More Barbara Reid inspired plasticine ! Students are at varying stages in the process of creating: background, foreground & fine details. Many children are recreating images from books. "I'm making texture!"~ Wyatt.
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Southridge Kindies 1 5h
Today's Mystery Bag presentations!❔❓ Ezz shared his clues but no one could guess his secret item. He brought his stuffie named "Mr.Frog". Kaylee described her mystery object & students correctly predicted it was a Hatchimal she calls "Hatchy".
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T Green Feb 18
Half term creativity... saw this as a wall display so I've adapted it in to a place mat!
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Kim Miche 41m
S is for: Crystal Swain-Bates!🙅🏾‍♀️ Embracing and Celebrating Our Big Hair & We Don't Care this Thank You
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Kerry Hogan 9h
A2. In addition to having materials to read, setting reading goals can help some students read more! Reading & Pacing Bookmarks
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BE Infanta D. Mafalda 9h
Replying to @TweetMeet
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NCamuSB 9h
Q4. What ideas from this TweetMeet will you take back to your classroom? Q4. Quelles idées de ce Tweet Meet allez-vous adopter dans votre classe?
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Olivia Montero Petraglia 13h
Promoting fluency & meta-cognition by recording reading samples then learning to analyze wpm, expression, & misreads. Quickest way I’ve seen for Ss to develop self-monitoring skills like reading word endings. “Teacher, can I try again?” Uhh, sure! 😉
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KingEducationalTutoringServices LLC 13h
📚 📚 “What do you think will happen next?” is a question that builds inferential reading skills.
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SF Said Feb 11
When you share books with kids, you are CHANGING LIVES. It may not feel like that on a day-to-day basis. You may wonder if you're getting through! But by sharing the love of reading, you can change lives – and change the world. (Art: Quentin Blake)
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StTimothy'sPS 7h
P1a having so much fun with foam today in the Learning Street. New sound ‘oa’ 😊 🔡
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AuchmutyReads 10h
The books are always better than the Movies!
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Dorie Mendoza 11m
Many of our and Engineering Leveled Readers were written by experts in both and ? See samples to tomorrow
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Red Apple Reading 6h
Reading introduces children to other places and helps them learn about a wide variety of topics.
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Will Swingle Feb 18
Working on CVC Words? Here is a activity that combines nonsense and real words to help Ss practice reading both. It can be different every time!
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Mrs Tulloch 🐛🦋Caterpillar Room🐛🦋 Feb 18
Well done to this boy! He moved up the reading rainbow 🌈 onto the pink words 👏👏👏
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