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Social Responsibility, Careers, Press, Investors

Help your kids avoid summer learning loss. This would be a great informational sheet to hand out at the end of the year.

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Sweet Summer Reading Log Packet

Summer reading log packet to send home with students, encourages and keeps track of reading over the summer in a FUN way!

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20 Sight Words Games to Play Indoors

20 Sight Words Games ~ Lots of fun ideas included. I'm sending the link to this blog post home in my next newsletter. (I just love ideas that help parents make learning at home fun. . . )

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Summer DIY Projects for Backyard Fun

Get kids playing outdoors more this summer with these 6 DIY projects for backyard fun. Bonus--they're easy and won't take you all summer to make!

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Idioms Activity & Study Sheets

Idioms "I have...Who has?" Game that the kids LOVE to play and will ask to play again. MAKE LEARNING FUN! $

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20 Summertime Projects!!

20 summer fun projects

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Annotated Text Poster designs and Annotated Text Reference Sheet

Follow for FREE 'to-neat-not-to-keep' teaching tools & other fun stuff :) .... great anchor!

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Everything you need to encourage summer reading

50 Fun Books to add to your Child's Summer Reading List. #Summer #Reading #kids

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60 Days of Summer Fun FREE Printable

summer science projects

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Close Reading: Guide Your Students Through the Process

Teach your students the art of close reading with this slide show that uses a guided release of responsibility to help build their confidence and skills.

Did you know that it is hard for most boys to move their eyes from left to right, as required for reading? Physical coordination exercises like skipping, jumping rope, and balancing can help!


End of the School Year Part 2!

Bring your read alouds to life! Do something fun to get students involved in the book.

Encouraging structured play this summer - especially "make believe" and creative play - can help your child hang on to what he has learned in school this year.