Try imagining those words as a child might see them. Magnify what your imagination sees and zoom in on the details. Inject emotion into your characters. Breathe life into the scene by adding the suggestion of movement. Exaggerate the ordinary and illuminate the words; break convention!
My local library just tweeted out this new web site set up by Scholastic with ‘Learn at Home’ pages for
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I’m happy to announce that Rosco the Rascal’s Ghost Town Adventure, Book 6 in my series, is now available on Amazon!
The pupils all strongly opposed the current dominant structure where the pupils receive information and “knowledge” from the teacher in the form of a passive recipient. They valued the role of the teacher but suggested that it would be more for effective if the teacher also considered their points of view…
Hi readers, My favorite season is here–fall! And Halloween is right around the corner. And because my young readers have
Fall is here! Read aloud these wonderful picture books about fall to your children to help them learn all about
Enter for a chance to win a copy of Kat Kronenberg’s new picture book, Love Big, signed by the author,
Reblogged from Homeschool Preschool The Red, White, & Blue is just a few weeks away. It’s a good time to
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