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New Year Activities for Kids

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Dec 30,2013 | Posted in Learning Activities by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman
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2014 is almost here! Celebrating the new year is a great time to remember the past year and to look forward for the upcoming year. Here are some simple ideas to help your child capture the memories of the past … Read More

Holiday Book Favorites

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Dec 17,2013 | Posted in Learning Resources, Reading by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

The holidays are a time of giving, family gatherings, making new memories and holding onto family traditions. Reading holiday books has always been apart of our family holiday traditions. There are so many holiday books that I personally enjoy reading … Read More

Calvin and Hobbes

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Dec 09,2013 | Posted in Reading by Denise Readinger
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In 1985, Bill Watterson published his first Calvin and Hobbes comic strip. As a child, I can remember grabbing the “funnies” from the Sunday newspaper and going straight for Watterson’s adventures of Calvin and Hobbes. Calvin is a hilarious and … Read More

KA Lite

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Dec 03,2013 | Posted in Homework, Learning Resources, On-Line Educational Resources, On-line Learning, Technology, Video and Media by Denise Readinger
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By now you may have heard of, or even used, Khan Academy. Khan Academy is a not-for-profit company that provides a free education for anyone, anywhere. The vast amount of content can be accessed from any web-enable computer. Skills can … Read More

Giving Thanks- What Does It Mean To Children?

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Nov 26,2013 | Posted in Thanksgiving by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

What does Thanksgiving mean to our children? Thanksgiving is such a special time. It is a holiday where traditions are kept and memories are made. It is time to reflect and to give thanks to others for inspiring us and … Read More

I Wonder What It’s Like To Be Dyslexic

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Nov 25,2013 | Posted in Dyslexia, Reading by Denise Readinger
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Sam Barclay is a recent college graduate who holds a degree in graphic design. He lives in the UK and has a project on Kickstarter that has over 1200 supporters. That number continues to grow and it’s no wonder. Using … Read More

Book Buffet Extravanganza

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Nov 12,2013 | Posted in Reading by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

Are you looking for a creative way to inspire kids to read? I recently attended a 4th grade book buffet. This project was a creative alternative to the traditional “book report” assignment. These students were required to read a mystery story … Read More

I Survived Series by Lauren Tarshis

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Nov 04,2013 | Posted in ADHD, Focus, Homework, Learning Resources, On-Line Educational Resources, Reading, Teaching by Denise Readinger
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Lauren Tarshis is a children’s book author who wrote a series of books that attracts the interest of young readers. Each book in the series has plenty of action and excitement to keep the pages turning. The books in Tarshis’ … Read More

Current Events Resource for Children

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Sep 16,2013 | Posted in Learning Resources, On-Line Educational Resources, Reading by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

I know many parents that do not allow their children to watch the news. As a parent of young children,  I do not allow my children to watch the news as often it is filled with tragic events.   However, I … Read More

Once Upon A Cool Motorcycle Dude by Kevin O’Malley

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Sep 14,2013 | Posted in ADHD, Back To School, Creative Writing, Reading, Teaching, Uncategorized by Denise Readinger
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Looking to start the school year off with a book that both girls and boys will enjoy? You should check out Kevin O’Malley’s book, Once Upon a Cool Motorcycle Dude. This book is appropriate for students in grade 1 and up. … Read More



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