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Giveaway from SchoolhouseTeachers.com We’re giving away a one-year membership to SchoolhouseTeachers.com tonight. This retails for $139. To learn much more about the site, go to this short Introduction video with Kendra Fletcher after our party: http://schoolhouseteachers.com/2013/05/introduction-to-schoolhouseteachers-com/ The animated books are just one place to begin. We have just more than 50 expert Teacher-led courses
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Click on the Article Below to Read Article Spotlight~ *Does Math leave you running for the hills? *What do you do when you hit a brick wall with a subject or curriculum? *Play games! *Perhaps it’s time to step back and give yourself a break! *Learn the questions to consider when looking at
Cathy Diez-Luckie of Figures in History continues her journey through figures from the Civil War with an all-new study of a Union soldier. We’ll make a standing cut-out, try our hand at a word search, and enjoy a coloring page. Don’t forget, you can quickly and easily access back issues of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine
Click on the Article Below to Read Article Spotlight~ *What is the best tool you have in my teacher’s toolbox? *Do you ever let your children hold the plans and learn to follow them? *What are the benefits to having a plan and letting the children work it every day?
To get us all ready for the start of baseball season, this month Kimm Bellotto has a Lapbook for us all about “Casey at the Bat.” She’ll explore the use of rhyme scheme, rhythm, and meter, as well as figurative language. You’ll make observations about the game and the title character, practice using strong adjectives,
Every child can become an inventor! In fact, a child invented the trampoline, the popsicle and the trampoline. The first step in helping your child invent is to guide them to notice problems in their world and the wider world around them. When a marker rolls away, notice the issue and begin a discussion about