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Giffnock PS 8h
Some of the boys in P2 have made a great start to their Read Aloud Challenge today by reading to some of our friends from . We are trying to read at least 20 books each this week!
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ILA Feb 1
Were your students excited about ? What did you together?
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Dusti Bowling 🌵 Feb 1
What an awesome WRAD! I had some cancellations due to the extreme weather, but still had the privilege of reading to 12 classrooms today! Thanks so much to everyone for spending the day with me!
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Spooky Team 8h
It is a good idea for a child to first learn the alphabet and the sounds that letters make before memorizing sight words.
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ILA Feb 1
Today is , and we at ILA are celebrating by sharing some of our favorite . ’s pick: Gazpacho for Nacho. “What makes the book is the rhythm of the rhymes and how the author sprinkles in Spanish words.” What is your favorite ?
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Neilston & Madras Learning Campus 42m
Launch article: a week-long event celebrating the success of our P2 pupils ! 😁🌟📚 Pupils showcase the benefits of reading initiative -
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Shelley A Jan 8
When you are reading 'The Queens Nose' with a class of 6 & 7 year olds and you realise Harmony would now be 45! I checked 50p pieces for a long time after I first read the book as a child.
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3rd Grade Thoughts 4h
🇺🇸 Be sure to add some of these presidential read alouds to your classroom collection this week • or click the link in my profile
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Lori Lite 15h
Stories That Help Young Children Lower Anxiety
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Reach Out and Read Feb 1
Did you know that reading aloud is widely recognized as the single most important activity leading to language development? You can celebrate today by snuggling up with a good book! Happy World Read Aloud Day from Reach Out and Read!
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Nal'ibali Jan 22
Nal'ibali is excited to be chatting about World Read Aloud Day on Afternoon Express – tomorrow between 4:30 - 5:30 pm on SABC3. Download this year’s story – free of charge – in any of the 11 official SA languages at #WRADChallenge2019#nalibali
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Ms. H Jan 10
Replying to @ILAToday
Hey all! Ms. H here. I’m a high school English teacher in Chicago, Illinois. Today, I read aloud the poem “Tonight I Can Write” by Pablo Neruda and an excerpt from Who Will Cry When You Die? by Robin Sharma. Eager to talk about for secondary students.
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Gillian Gourlay 6h
Fun day at work with ! So great to have supporting
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jed doherty 1h
We are looking for a few great schools to host our all new "Reading With Your Kids LIVE!" We celebrate all things reading and learning!
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ILSG Year 5 23h
Reciprocal partner reading in Monday morning reading
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Scholastic Teachers Jan 16
Put your students' skills to the test with this winter .
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Christopher Hunt Jan 21
Today's went from funky King O'Books to goofy Court Jester (doing of Ben Clayton's Mo's Mustache) to Garbage Bag Prince/Pauper (kids painting new story corner throne they built for me; see other tweets for info). All in a day's work!
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Children's Health Alliance of Wisconsin 9h
One of the best ways to prepare children for kindergarten is to read aloud. Learn other ways to prepare your child for school.
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Miss. Amber Wendt 18h
prepping for my first classroom assignment in a week!! Can you guess what book I will be reading to a group of kindergarteners?!?!
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Franklin Middle BCPS Feb 1
In fact, check this out: plus a Snow Dance all at once!!!
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