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Curricular Spotlight: World War II

Planning a unit on World War II? We have titles on appeasement policies, non-aggression pacts, invasions, and blitzes. This post contains title and activity suggestions to engage your students on…

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Curricular Spotlight: The American Revolution

As part of our ongoing effort to help you incorporate audiobooks to your daily practice, this post kicks off our new "Curricular Spotlight" series. In these posts, we'll feature titles from our…

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Getting Your 5 a Day, The Literacy Way

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Choose Your Next Adventure: A Differentiated Learning Experience

Differentiation, individualized instruction, personalized learning - these buzzwords represent some great teaching philosophies, but actually incorporating them into your daily practice can be…

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Pi Day is on the Way!

What's a mathematician's favorite holiday? March 14th! Why? Because the date, 3/14, reminds them of that magical mathematical constant, Pi. Who doesn’t love a day that combines learning and food?…

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Happy Galentine's Day!

In honor of Galentine’s Day next week, we have a roundup of stories for, by, and about strong gals! February 13th is gaining popularity as a day to celebrate strong women, girls, and friendship.

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The Games of the XXIII Olympiad

Just a few weeks from now, on the 9th of February, fans worldwide will tune in to watch, listen, and follow the 23rd Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. With records dating back to

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Engage Younger Readers with Audiobooks

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Combining Music and Literacy in the Classroom

** Thank you Jenny Holt, a freelance writer and author of many blogs and books, for this guest post.

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Featured Collection: Meditation Sounds

Many teachers are integrating meditation in their classrooms. Meditation has been associated with a variety of benefits including:

  • reducing stress levels
  • promoting focus and good attention
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