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Looking for non fiction reading resource for kids? This is a free leveled reading program for kids from age 5 to 18, curated by Smithsonian, with quiz and reports to teacher or parents

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Critical thinking skills are what we want our students to develop. Without these skills we can not guarantee a sound and effective education that will enable our kids to seamlessly blend in tomorrow 's job market. Therefore, it is our responsibility as teachers and educators to fully understand the components of this set of skills in order to better focus on them in our instruction.:

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2016 Reading Challenge (For Kids!)-this is *perfect* way to get your children to read more this year! It's like a scavenger hunt and book program in one. Find the types, read them and check them off. No specific books required, so you can get everything from the library. Free printable, too!

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from Proud to be Primary

Setting Up a Classroom & Home Reading Program

Are you a teacher in need of classroom organization tips and ideas for setting up a classroom and home reading program? Read this post for tips and strategies to implement a reading program for children using Daily 5, using leveled readers and book baskets to teach kids to read, and more. Plus how-to create reading folders with a FREE parent hand-out printable.

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from Organized Classroom

Attendance Motivation

Attendance Motivation- This PBIS attendance reinforcer is originally meant for a class, but it also could be great for a student who is always tardy and/or misses the first period of the day.

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ASD News An 11-year-old boy with autism drew this world map from memory - http://autismgazette.com/asdnews/an-11-year-old-boy-with-autism-drew-this-world-map-from-memory/

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from The Chirping Moms

Summer Reading Bingo Challenge for Kids (Free Printables

Summer Reading Bingo Challenge for Kids. Get Your Kid Reading this Summer with these Free Printable Bingo Boards! From @thechirpingmoms

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Eat lunch in the classroom Extra PE time Extra recess time No homework for the night A day with no desks or chairs Mrs. Glasmann shows us her 6th grade picture (Where do they come up with this stuff?) Play a class game Rearrange desks however students want (This came with the stipulation that I can move them back any time I'd like.) Bring a drink and snack to school Movie morning with popcorn

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