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Native American Heritage Month

How do you incorporate Native American history into your curriculum? A history of the United States is certainly incomplete without discussion of the peoples who lived with, cultivated, and cared…

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JB's Favorite Chillers

Our top ops guy, John, is a connoisseur of spooky stories. This week he's sharing his favorites in this special edition virtual bookshelf! So if you're looking for something to put you in the mood…

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A New Kind of Homeroom

We had such a good response to our last post sharing ideas for remote and hybrid learning! This week we have some new ideas from parents. Learning at home can be a big adjustment, but we hope…

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Learn at Home Toolkit

This school year, it feels like we're learning to teach all over again. Whether you're a seasoned educator or a parent who never thought you'd be a classroom teacher, we can all use a little…

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Go With the Flow

We've all experienced it - being so engrossed in a project that time whizzes by. Many researchers have studied this phenomenon called flow. This week, we'd like to make a case for finding your…

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Families Who Read Together, Thrive Together

Family literacy programs are an important part of every school's literacy curriculum. Research articles have shown that everyone benefits from such programs. 

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Never Too Young (or Old) for Audio Book Time

** This is a guest post from contributor Jenny Holt**

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Sick Stories

It's no fun to be sick! What are some things you like to do to help feel better when you're under the weather? Kids of all ages like to be snuggled up in bed, watching cartoons or old movies. But…

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The Joy of Listening

Mr. Groundhog's prediction of a speedy spring has us feeling all the fresh, clean, reviving vibes. Could be the weather, or maybe it's because tidying has been trending for weeks, but we're seeing…

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Audio Books and Home Schooling

For years, homeschooling parents have incorporated audiobooks as part of their daily school routines. Audiobooks help readers of all ages to more easily appreciate stories and understand complex…

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