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FDK in Room 130 4h
Continuing to learn more about the world around us with today’s read-aloud! 🌎 Ask your child to tell you the difference between reusing and recycling. ♻️♻️♻️
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Whitney Quesenbery 5h
Are you a Windows user who sets up their computers so they are easier to use. help us usability a new tool test. Everyone welcome. Immediate need is for people in the DC Metro area. , , ,
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𝔾𝕣𝕒𝕔𝕖 𝕎𝕙𝕚𝕥𝕖 Apr 23
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Jennifer Baptiste Apr 23
The tale of CHILI CITY & THE PRICKLY PEAR POSSE. An action packed filled with horses, jalapeños, slingshots & onomatopoeias set in the Wild Wild West. The posse targets the town to create something dangerous, but Sheriff Scoville saves the day.
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Friendly Planet Club 12h
Replying to @TheresaDewa
Thanks for your support Theresa! If you know any 7-10 year old, this could be a fun . Themes: Space, teamwork, & innovation! Kid Astronaut via Amazon:
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Stacey Gerhart, DVM 15h
A child who is taught the value of wetlands is more likely to become an adult who respects and protects wetlands. Make interactive as a of Pippin's adventures. Assign character dialogue for . Have fun!
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Ms. Wolochatiuk Apr 23
Dragon 🐉 made a lot of red choices ❌ but thanks to a young boy who showed an act of kindness dragon was able to get back in the green zone by listening to a story. Sometimes we need other people to help us with calm down strategies
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All About Books, LLC 8h
There are some simple methods you can incorporate into your daily routine to start boosting language development in children, starting with making a point to interact and reading aloud just 15 minutes a day!
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Erica (WDWDAD) 13h
April Read Aloud Books to Put a Spring in Your Step
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Stacey Gerhart, DVM Apr 23
No one is more relaxed & confident than one who stays fit & focused through . Share Pippin's adventures to protect wetlands as a at school to open a dialogue about and her family's lifestyle of daily yoga practice & healthy eating.
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Angelia GrimesGraeme Apr 22
Today we read Tough! By and started our conversation about bullying, plus threw in a short lesson on Point of View. Love this series and the conversation we had deciding if being rude counts as bullying or not.
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Jordyn Harcourt Apr 22
Looking for a for my grade 1/2 class! We did Junie B. Jones: Dumb Bunny before the break and the kids loved it! Just wanting something we can read in the few minutes before recess time to end our class 😄 TIA
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Spooky Team 6h
Being able to comprehend the most common words gives children a context that can help them decode unfamiliar words.
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Phil Johnson Apr 19
This break from school I’m reflecting on and missing my time in the classroom. My old instructional coach sent me this photo from work we did together on grand conversations after a - teaching was the best job I ever had!
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NemoReads 7h
Love the author interview and practical classroom connections by . Use Squirrel in the Museum, written by Vivian Vande Velde/illustrated by to teach competencies
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Unicorns Read 17h
3rd graders watched teachers read chapters of aloud. Some students followed along in their books! Thanks, , for helping us create backgrounds!
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Erica (WDWDAD) 5h
I bet these are new to you! :: Classic Read Aloud Books – You Haven’t Read Yet!
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Children's Health Alliance of Wisconsin Apr 23
"If you’re willing to research your kids’ schools, summer camps, toys and vacation spots, then why not take the time to research the stories that will shape how they see themselves, others and the world?"
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Smart Start OKC Apr 23
For your child's sake, make device-free time and build a daily read aloud routine. You can make a difference in just 15 minutes!
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Katy Farber Apr 22
Thank you for recommending My Name Is Not Easy: A powerful, moving and heart-breaking (and necessary) for my daughters and I. The writing is utterly gorgeous + stunning. So much learning, discussion.
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