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If there’s one thing the Internet likes to do, it’s criticize.  “Memes” are the medium du jour, and our modern education system by no means escapes their ceaseless heckling. 
English language learners (ELL) have always presented a unique challenge for schools and teachers, going back to the initial settlements in this...
As the end-of-school bell rings, middle schoolers immediately reach into sweatshirt pockets and colorful backpacks to reunite with their smartphones.
Research is showing that a very deliberate type of physical activity might have some of the best benefits for students and their teachers.
Here are a few ideas to get you started on your own DIY summer professional development.
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Learn solutions to common word wall and take home book problems with theses suggestions from Primary Paradise.
If there’s one thing the Internet likes to do, it’s criticize.  “Memes” are the medium du jour, and our modern education system by no means...
A hands-on experiment illustrates how clouds form. Students learn about different types of clouds.
Students give different amounts of water to common houseplants and observe and record the effects.
Where Did Foods Originate? (Foods of the New World and Old World)
Groups of students move from station to station as they learn about and create similes. They learn how they can use similes to improve their writing.
Students use nature photos as inspiration to write poems about the season of spring.
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National Ice Cream Day is the 3rd Sunday in July. Learn some fun facts about ice cream!
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Any idea how many plastic straws are thrown away in the USA every day?
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Flag Day (June 14th) is a day to honor the flag of the United States. Use these Flag Facts with your students!
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Just WHAT is Fake News? Can you tell the difference between fake and real news?