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Reengaging Reluctant Readers

First impressions matter, and unfortunately, many students' first encounters with reading are not the best. Teachers have to be creative to reintroduce these readers to the task and strike a…

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Plan Ahead: Substitute Plans

Over the course of a school year, there are bound to be a few days when your class will need a substitute teacher. Many of us consider days when we're away from our classrooms to be 'free days' for…

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Book Nooks

** This guest post was written by blog contributor, Jenny Holt.

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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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Remembering D-Day: The 75th Anniversary

The D-Day invasions of Normandy are remembered as a turning point in world history. On June 6, 1944, Allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy, beginning an operation that would lead to…

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Tell A Tale And Warm Your Toes: Sparking Curiosity Around The Campfire

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Cultivating Curiosity

Increasingly, curiosity is regarded as a vital skill students need to flourish in the 21st century - not only as they progress through school, but as a foundation for succeeding in their future…

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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 as…

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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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