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Laura Salas Oct 28
One book, one school "The Lemonade War" K Splash stand ready for our Read Aloud time💙
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Ed Osoliz Oct 27
Replying to @EdOsoliz
"The Miller, His Son, and their Ass" is today's fable. No doubt you've heard it before or seen it in comic form.
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Turner Elementary 2h
“It’s not Baby Bear! My name is Sam!” was busy in 17 classrooms today!
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Griselda Tapia-Gonc 22h
Reading to your firsties was the best part of my day. ❤️ Thank you for the invitation!
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Laura Bass Oct 29
It is so nice to have a guest reader! Thanks, !
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Cheryl Ward Oct 25
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Brittany Eureste Oct 28
It’s always the best day when does a read aloud in your class!
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Stephanie Pinkerton Oct 25
Friday was such a perfect day to take our art and reading groups outside! Ss drew leaves using crayons (inspired by ) and we got to read a Farley Mowat classic.
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Brie Oct 29
Oh this book fills my heart so much! Reading picture books and talking SEL with my 4th graders will forever be my favorite part of my role as an educator. Thank you for these empowering and inspiring words
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allisadaniels Oct 29
Can’t wait to start this daily chapter book with these kids!
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Margie Markarian Oct 29
Even a sweet princess has a trick or two up her sleeve during week! 🎃 🏰
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aneesha sahni Oct 26
Tell A Tale Tuesday with Lou Treleaven's "Snowflake Mistake". The story follows an unknown realm where high above the clouds snowflakes are made until a mistake occurs! Ready to catch a snowflake?
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Wigan Libraries Oct 29
Super reading from Victoria in this week's Read Aloud Club! ⭐⭐⭐ Enjoy listening to "Ten Minutes To Bed Little Monster" by Rhiannon Fielding. Huge thanks again to for sending over videos!
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Mrs. Dempsey Oct 22
Our morning started with some good conversations about the fog - so thick it was eerie 🎃 👻
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The Tales of Hamad Oct 28
Reading to young children is proven to improve cognitive skills and help cognitive development. When you read aloud to your child, it essentially provides them with background knowledge on their young world.
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Weakley County Schools 8h
“I love sharing stories and introducing fairy tales to our students. You can tell that some students have never been read to. I love seeing them light up as they hear what characters are saying and doing,” Martin Primary’s Christy Bell notes.
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The Reading Womb Oct 25
💕👶🏼🤰🏼 are made for and they're the perfect !👶🏽🤱🏽💕 Buy on Amazon
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Margie Markarian Oct 29
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Nadia shreidi Oct 26
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CCSD_Wasdin Oct 28
Thanks for the fun read aloud today! It was great fun to hear the interaction.
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