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ELA, Math and Science Practices and How They Relate

ELA, Math and Science Practices and How They Relate

Can English/langauge arts, math, and science really relate to each other? This modified Venn diagram groups student practices in each discipline to show the relationships and convergences found in the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics Practices, ELA...

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Exploring the World in Your Classroom

Exploring the World in Your Classroom

You can't take your students with you on vacation as you travel the world, but you can take them on virtual trips as you explore different cultures together. Lesson plans on travel give you the opportunity to delve into topics like culture, geography and even math as...

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App for Informal Vocabulary Assessment

App for Informal Vocabulary Assessment

Preschool is on the horizon: How is your child’s language development shaping up? Use this app to find out! First Words Checklist - Language Learning Assessment for Toddlers and Pre-K By Cognitive ToyBox, Inc....

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Finger Funatics Fine Motor Development Program 20% OFF

Finger Funatics Fine Motor Development Program 20% OFF

Today our children in the 21st century are into technology, aren't they?! Many children would love to stay on their iPads and play "Minecraft" or check out fun videos rather than do any fun crafts or projects. Sometimes as parents we may not want to pull out messy...

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JCISD Math Academy Sessions: Register NOW!

JCISD Math Academy Sessions: Register NOW!

The goal of the Math Academy workshop is for teachers to gain in-depth knowledge of mathematical content for teaching. Teachers will strengthen their CCSS understanding as it relates to focus, coherence, clarity and rigor within mathematical instruction. Check out...

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Resources for Social Stories

Resources for Social Stories

Social stories are very helpful for children with special needs. Social Stories can: Improve a child’s  behavior when there are changes in routines. Encourage a child to complete less-preferred tasks. Reinforce or teach abstract concepts, such as time (e.g., next,...

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