Flip Flop Learning — Spanish Face To Face
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Flip Flop Learning — Spanish Face To Face

http://www.flipfloplearning.com/ Suzanne Gose, creator of Flip Flop Learning Spanish believes in a a vital and unique approach to language learning: That a student has to learn it as s/he uses it – face to face, not face to screen or face to book, but actually interacti read more

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Zip Strips – Engaging, Fun & Effective for Reading and Math Work

http://www.wendysbookworks.com/ wendy@wendysbookworks.com (714) 955-2104 By Valerie Schuetta, M.Ed. As a first grade teacher and Reading Specialist, I am always on the lookout for resources that will not only advance my students learning, but are engaging, easy to use, and fun. Zip-Strips do all the above and much more. I had the opportunity to review the Phonics Pocket Sliders with Vocabulary and Spelling Zip Strips, grades 1 through...

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Free College Can Happen to You

By Jean Burk, http://collegeprepgenius.com/    Full Scholarship – two words that could change your life. Getting free college can be like winning the lottery. Imagine throwing away several trash bags full of college scholarships that come in the mail. This is what happened to us. But for some families, getting just one scholarship offer could be the difference between junior college and the perfect university. You have spent the...

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Analytical Grammar: Complete English Courses for Success

www.analyticalgrammar.com  (919)783-0795 3810-201 Lunceston Way Raleigh, NC 27613 By Michael Leppert Jr. Analytical Grammar, 11 “weekly” lessons Gr 4-5  Jr. AG Mechanics supplemental book Beyond the Book Report & Essay and Research Paper – a middle-school-age writing course Analytical Grammar – 2-year or 3-year course, books & DVD lessons and reinforcement & review materials, Gr 6-12 _______________________ Analytical...

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6 Steps to Improve Your Child’s Learning Skills During Summer

by Bonnie Terry,  M. Ed., BCET —  https://www.bonnieterrylearning.com 1.  Improve Learning Skills with a Weekly Field Trip Good readers are readers who know a bit about a lot of different topics. They have ‘prior knowledge’ to connect past knowledge and experiences to what they are reading. So, build your child’s knowledge base by going on a weekly field trip, providing rich experiences for your kids. These trips can even be...

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What if I’m Not a Grammarian or a Particularly Good Writer?

By Rosette Liberman, co-author of The Cooperhill Style Book, http://cooperhillstylebook.com/ All parents ask themselves this question when they try to help their high schoolers revise their writing. After all, for most of us it’s been a long time since high school English. We ask ourselves should this be: who or whom? lie or lay? me or I? like or as? bring or take? different than or different from? On a more advanced level, we want to...

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