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Sadlier Math Grades K–6
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Critical Thinking for Active Math Minds
Grades 3–6
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Grades 7–8
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Vocabulary Workshop, Tools for Comprehension Grades 1–5
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English Language Arts
Progress English Language Arts Grades K–8
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Grammar & Writing
Grammar Workshop, Tools for Writing
Grades 3–5
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Grades 6–12
Writing a Research Paper
Grades 6–12
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Grades 6–12
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From Phonics to Reading Grades K-3
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Sadlier Phonics
Grades K–3
Close Reading of Complex Texts Grades 3–8
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Using Student Data to Inform Math Instruction

Teachers wear many hats: facilitator, counselor, advocate, nurse, coach, motivator, comedian. . . the list goes on. One critical role that rarely makes it onto this list is...
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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week

May 2–6 is Teacher Appreciation Week and Tuesday, May 3, is National Teacher Day. In honor of this special week, William H. Sadlier, Inc. shares a letter of appreciation and...
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Math In Real Life– Strategies for Planning Lessons Involving Real-World Contexts

When are we going to use this? Why are we learning this? Why can’t I just use a calculator? If you’ve ever been asked these questions by your math students, then this article...
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Differentiating Math Instruction 101

Differentiating Math instruction is essential to meeting the needs of all your students but can be a challenge. How can teachers ensure that on-level students stay on track,...
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Celebrating Black History Month in the Math Classroom

Black History Month is an opportunity to explore the rich backgrounds of mathematicians who have shaped our understanding and teaching of mathematics, and the role that...
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Celebrating Lunar New Year with Math Activities

The Lunar New Year is celebrated all over the world each winter. Celebrate this international holiday in your math classroom with five fun math activities that will engage...
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DEI–Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the Math Classroom

DEI is more than just a buzz term. It is an ongoing commitment that every educator must make to ensure quality math instruction for ALL students. In this article, learn more...
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