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CelebratePictureBks Jul 20
☀️Last Day Giveaway Alert!☀️ got you indoors? Enter my cool giveaway of WELCOME TO MORNING TOWN by Blake Liliane Hellman & Steven Henry ! Follow & Retweet. Reply w/fave breakfast for extra entry!
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You TELL Me Stories Jul 19
Replying to @Literacy_Trust
Should I read to my baby? Will they actually respond? 👀
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Ms Chard Jul 18
This book, amazing on so many levels! Junior teachers check it out. Read the first half with my 5/6 class this past June-they enjoyed the book so much some students took turns reading to the class.
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Stacey Gerhart, DVM Jul 13
Excited to share news from a grandmother's of to her indoor-loving grandkids. She took them to the mountains & found a turtle with a broken shell, like Hank. After that, THEY brought HER the book--AND went outside to scout everyday. Perfect!
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Anne M Stephenson Jul 17
Learn to read they said. You must read this before you can read that… If they’d said it was a magical code to transport me into other worlds; now that would have grabbed my attention…!
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Stories Bookshop 2h
Join us for Sunday with 7/21 at 10:30! Kyle is sharing his sweet + powerful new about a trans boy preparing for life with a new sibling, When Aidan Became a Brother. 📚💙
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the reading unicorn Jul 15
Join Blue and Steve and find out where their friends live. What type of a home do they live in? 🏠
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Margaret Cuthbertson, NBCT Jul 16
The fantastic Mrs. Graham is Read Aloud to our groups to help them with comprehension skills at RtA Summer Reading Camp.
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Steve Kang Jul 17
Anybody else like the feature? Is there a free cell phone app for that? Plase allow me to invest if it doesnt exist already..... hahaha
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Brittany Baldwin Jul 15
“Be careful what you water, for it will surely grow.” Oh, the power of words!
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Learning in 3D Jul 20
Just enjoying nature and books today 📚 ! Getting excited to go back to school.
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Edwin T. Minguela Jul 19
A new beginning of the year read aloud. While it’s a humorous book, it does address passing gas in a way that it is a part of life. Not the biggest deal; Even plants like trees got to release some air too. 😉 Can’t wait to read this book.
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the reading unicorn Jul 16
Dora and her friends are putting on a play. "Dora and the Beanstalk". Plus...unboxing. What is in that HUGE box??😲
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Abe Rivera Jul 15
Montrelle modeling the at our Summer Institute.
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Mrs. Ukena Jul 18
Thanks to IG today, I’m making up a list of content-related chapter books for in my classroom. 📚 Anyone have any suggestions for 6th grade science/social studies?
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You TELL Me Stories Jul 20
Replying to @TeachThought
When you it’s important to make it interactive- noting details, making inferences,providing context clues to unfamiliar words, & asking open ended questions! Q’s ARE NOT A TEST! How you makes a difference!
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You TELL Me Stories Jul 19
Replying to @growingbbb @SimonKIDS
When you draw your child’s attention to the facial expressions from the characters - this encourages the child to “read the emotions” of a character and begin recognizing social pragmatic (nonverbal) language!
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Stacey Gerhart, DVM Jul 16
Children's books inspire conversation about animals and when adults share a with kids. Enjoy 'Pippin and the River of Wonders' at home or in the classroom. ,
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Laura Arnhold Jul 20
It's the weekend and that means a big breakfast to start the day! Pancakes, eggs, bacon, French toast, waffles, fruit - whatever you love (and 6 picture books too!)
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DLMSInnovationCTR Jul 19
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