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Latest Activity: May 9
To honor the memory of Erwin and Esther Zolt, a life-long elementary classroom teacher, IRA announces three grants/award to support teachers or researchers implementing either In2Books (…Continue
Just wondering what reading basal (if any) you all use in your classrooms and what are your thoughts on the it. Also, do you go story, by story through the textbook, or are you allowed to skip…Continue
I just attended a conference that really changed the way I define what is a reading skill and what is a reading strategy. My school always used to label inferring, summarizing, etc. as strategies,…Continue
Hi there! I was curious what web sites you send your students to? I usually recommend funbrain and yahooligans, but are there other sites you recommend kids can go to "have fun while learning" and…Continue