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A Simple Guide to Making the Most of ESSER Funds

In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at what the Elementary and Secondary Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund entails, how to make the most of this critical aid, and how...
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Humorous Poetry Close Reading Lesson Plan, Grades 7–8

In this article, you’ll learn how to help your students sharpen their close reading skills by applying them to a set of two different humorous poems on topics they’re sure to...
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Resources for Hosting a Virtual Back-to-School Night

Want to host a virtual Back-to-School Night but just not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered! In this article, you’ll find helpful tips and tricks for hosting a...
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Remote Classroom & Hybrid Classroom Teaching Strategies– Distance Learning Done Right

Despite the hectic and ever-changing landscape of education right now, we want to help teachers rise to the occasion, support their students, and help them find success....
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ELA Activities to Promote Diversity in the Classroom

Help your students embrace diversity. All students need to feel like they “belong” in their learning environment (on-site or online). All students need to be recognized for...
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Homophone Games, Activities, and Exercises for Students in Grades 1–8

Homophones! Those tricky little words that sound the same but are spelled differently have been confusing people for centuries. But whether we like it or not, homophones are...
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Developing a Growth Mindset in the ELA Classroom

In this article, you’ll learn about the transformative power of a growth mindset in schools, specifically in the ELA classroom. You’ll discover what a growth mindset is and...
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Fun Animal Myths Close Reading Lesson Plan, Grades 4+

In this post, you’ll learn how to get students excited about close reading, using a topic that all kids are crazy about: adorable, fuzzy, cuddly animals! This  article...
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3 Printable Phonics Games for Early Elementary Students

While there’s no quick fix for antsy grade-schoolers, I’ve been working on a special batch of FREE printable phonics games that’s sure to engage even the most reluctant...
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My Take-Aways from Wiley Blevins’s 10 Common Causes of Phonics Instruction Failure, Part II

After attending Wiley Blevins’s Two-Part Phonics Masterclass: 10 Common Causes of Phonics Instruction Failure and How to Avoid Them, I’m rip-roaring and ready to go in terms...
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My Take-Aways from Wiley Blevins’s 10 Common Causes of Phonics Instruction Failure, Part I

If I wasn’t already a believer in the importance of strong phonics instruction, I certainly am now. After attending two sessions with renowned phonics expert, Wiley Blevins,...
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New Approach to Phonics Instruction From Early Literacy Expert, Wiley Blevins

As teachers, we do pretty important work. We use our expertise and experience as tools to craft and deliver instruction to the next generation of thinkers. It’s vital, then,...
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