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Aug
26
2011

Teaching Your College Student to Shop in a Tight Economy

Guest Post By: Jocelyn Anne  Prepping Students for a Reality Check on Money  A typical student has a very grand and romantic vision of heading off to college, one at which the very world is at their fingertips.  They feel they’ll be able to do absolutely anything, go absolutely anywhere, and do it all whenever they feel …Related Posts:The 10 School Supplies Your Child NeedsClassroomtalk: College Roomate Guide8 Tips Every H.S. Graduate Should Know Before [...]

Aug
13
2011

Book Review: Heist Society

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Heist Society Author: Ally Carter  By StorySnoops.com The StorySnoops are back with another fantastic book recommendation. If you are familiar with The Gallagher Girls series, this is by the same author. Here is the story: For as long as she can remember, fifteen-year-old Katarina Bishop’s family has been in the art business – the business of stealing art, that is! …Related Posts:Someday by Allison McGheePuppets: A Fresh Approach to Storytelling Classroom Talk Summer Reading 2013!The [...]

Aug
9
2011

What Makes Kindergarten Teachers Crazy?

Guest Post By: Susan Case Cure a Kinder Teacher’s Pet Peeve  What is your five-year-old’s favorite word? Their name! Help them learn how to print it with only the first letter capitalized. Many children enter kindergarten knowing how to print their name – but it is in all caps. This is frustrating to the teacher because she must …Related Posts:Puppets: A Fresh Approach to Storytelling Ways To Raise a WriterThe 40 Best iPad Apps for [...]

Jul
29
2011

Book Review: Silver Rain by Lois Peterson

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- Guest Post: by Darlene Foster One of the many things I love about summer is that I get to do more reading. When I read a good book I just have to share it with everyone. SilverRain  by Lois Peterson is one of those books. It would be a great addition to your summer reading list. The …Related Posts:How to Keep Your Child Reading this SummerNot Your Average Summer Reading ListClassroom Talk Summer Reading 2013!Okay [...]

Jul
20
2011

When Your Child is the Bully

Guest Post by Barbara Jolie My brother and I couldn’t have been greater opposites growing up. I was a calm, mild-mannered child who always got along with my classmates and teachers, while my older brother was a bully to fellow students, mouthy to his teachers, constantly getting in fights and getting notes sent home from his …Related Posts:No Related Posts Found

Jul
14
2011

Book Review: The Hunger Games

Guest Post by Story Snoops The Hunger Games Author:  Suzanne Collins Book review written by StorySnoops.com Sometime in the future, after the destruction of what used to be the United States, a new country is formed.  This country has a Capitol that exerts brutal control over its twelve districts. To keep the districts from rebelling, the Capitol has created an …Related Posts:Okay for Now By Gary D. SchmidtWonderstruck by Brian SelznickBook Review:Griff Carver Hallway Patrol by Jim [...]

Jun
28
2011

I Must Have Bobo by Eileen Rosenthal, illustrated by Marc Rosenthal

I Must Have Bobo! Review by Jessica of Vegbooks.org Poor Willy! He loves his stuffed monkey Bobo. But so does Earl, his mischievous cat. The simple and silly plot of I Must Have Bobo revolves around Earl sneaking off with Bobo and Willy retrieving him. Just when you think they’ve resolved the problem – all cuddled together …Related Posts:No Related Posts Found

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