Ronald Dahl big dream jar display for world book day 2016 Year 3 class literacy lesson

Ronald Dahl big dream jar display for world book day 2016 Year 3 class literacy lesson

LitWorld is a non-profit literacy organization fostering resilience, hope, and joy through the power of story.

LitWorld is a non-profit literacy organization fostering resilience, hope, and joy through the power of story.

Key stage 1 higher ability and lower ks2 addition and subtraction column method mastery task

Key stage 1 higher ability and lower ks2 addition and subtraction column method mastery task

My world book day display Book world - Sign post

My world book day display Book world - Sign post

In today's fast paced technology focused world we need to give students the tools to process all of the information they are exposed to each day. Students do not receive all of their information through books anymore, they have moved into using digital tools to find out about topics. It is important that educators help students navigate through this new digital world they belong to with purposeful digital citizenship and media awareness lessons.

In today's fast paced technology focused world we need to give students the tools to process all of the information they are exposed to each day. Students do not receive all of their information through books anymore, they have moved into using digital tools to find out about topics. It is important that educators help students navigate through this new digital world they belong to with purposeful digital citizenship and media awareness lessons.

World Book Day - Quentin Blake Activity - Literacy In Art

World Book Day - Quentin Blake Activity - Literacy In Art

My students love, love, love learning weird little tidbits about holidays, people, and places, and they REALLY love learning about world records.  That's why this fun little activity comes in so handy! This resource combines reading a short informational text about the world's tiniest park, reflecting on the text, completing a creative writing activity, AND doing a fun craft. Click to see what's included.

My students love, love, love learning weird little tidbits about holidays, people, and places, and they REALLY love learning about world records. That's why this fun little activity comes in so handy! This resource combines reading a short informational text about the world's tiniest park, reflecting on the text, completing a creative writing activity, AND doing a fun craft. Click to see what's included.

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