Let’s be honest. Back to school is NEVER easy. It’s exhausting! With so much decorating and organizing to do, it’s typically the night before the
Some authors have great skill in using figurative language within their writing, and Addie Boswell is one of them! The Snow Dancer includes examples of
Character development is a common skill for upper elementary students, and one of the best ways to teach character change and character traits is through
Whether you’re planning ahead for next year, you’re needing activities to keep your child busy, or are just needing a little review work to keep your child’s skills on point, Boom Learning may be a great place to look. In this post, I’d like to share my observations on how Boom Cards can help your reader grow.
Students at all reading stages need opportunities to read from all genre types. Students who know the text features associated with each genre are able to pull from the text the information that is most important to remember. By learning how the “genre puzzle pieces” fit together, readers can focus on what is most important in the text. In this post, we’ll explore mysteries.
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