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Happy Spring!

The calendar and weather are finally beginning to agree that it's spring! As the daylight grows longer, we've been hearing from many of you that you're stretching your creative and planning minds…

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Curricular Spotlight: Biographies

Biographies are a great way to dig deep into your curriculum. Often, we study biographies as part of our Social Studies or Language Arts curricula - but they're great in science and math classes,…

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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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Attitude of Gratitude

Thanksgiving may be over, but that doesn't mean the time for giving thanks needs to end. Many studies have shown the benefits of practicing an attitude of gratitude year round. Increasingly, it's…

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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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Tales for Teens

Teenagers these days are nearly inseparable from their digital devices. Many students listen to music during every minute of free time from the moment they wake up to the second they fall asleep.…

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Ready... Set... Listen!

Sometimes getting started is the hardest part. Whether you're new to Tales2go or just looking for a refresh, this post is full of ideas to help you excite students and encourage them to listen to…

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Guest Post: Dyslexia, The New Laws, and Audiobooks

**Editor's Note: This post was written by Certified Academic Language Therapist, Denise Emert. She is an interventionist in the Marshfield Schools in Missouri, and has been teaching in public…
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