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Let's keep Halloween blackface-free.

Educate students about the history of blackface, so they understand why it stirs such strong responses.

Classroom quotes can help your students become critical thinkers.  Here is a fun idea for using quotes in the classroom. The Free activity is my students' favorite!

Using Quotes in the Classroom

Classroom quotes can help your students become critical thinkers. Here is a fun idea for using quotes in the classroom. The Free activity is my students' favorite!

Checkout this online version of The Lorax by Dr. Seuss. Great title for an April read, as the book conveys a powerful message about the importance of trees, and lends itself to various  environmental and Earth Day activities. Run time is about 18 minutes.

The Lorax FREE! Checkout this online version of The Lorax by Dr. Great title for an April read, as the book conveys a powerful message about the importance of trees, and lends itself to various environmental and Earth Day activities.

World Day of Social Justice lessons and printables for elementary, middle school and high school classrooms, free from The Curriculum Corner

World Day of Social Justice

World Day of Social Justice lessons and printables for elementary, middle school and high school classrooms, free from The Curriculum Corner

Spelling Homework Menu from Q U E Z Instruction on TeachersNotebook.com (1 page)

FREE Spelling Homework Menu - for differentiated instruction---desserts spelled wrong would need to fix. But great idea

Happy International Literacy Day! September 8, 2014   For more information check out http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/events/prizes-and-celebrations/celebrations/international-days/literacy-day/

Today is International Literacy Day - "Literacy is a basis for lifelong learning and plays a crucial foundational role in the creation of sustainable, prosperous and peaceful societies." What are you reading aloud with your children today?

A Letter to the Editor from TT Director Maureen Costello in response to a recent New York Times article.

The Diversity Inside a Children’s Book

A Letter to the Editor from TT Director Maureen Costello in response to a recent New York Times article.

Idea for finals

I like the idea of giving students candy treats with cute notes for test days. This helps give them some energy power to do their test, and helps students with test taking anxiety. The positive notes starts the test day off on a good foot.

yes! for when I have an advanced art student from the HS come over and paint the 'music tree' mural!

Other pinner had good idea to make this and then have it say Music Makes the World Go Round and add music from around the world This is really cute. It would make a nice mural in a craft room / music room

How to Survive a Plague: The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS by David France

Encore -- How to survive a plague : the inside story of how citizens and science tamed AIDS / David France.

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