Math and Literacy by Heidi Bear

We tend to separate math skills from literacy skills in our classrooms and daily lives but when the explanations and strategies used in teaching math just don’t work what’s the next step? If you have set up your bedtime routine to include reading a story or two to your child it might not be a […]
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That Next Hill by James Bear

We made our way through the first half of the year. I have heard many people talk about how we are now on a down hill run to the end. Logically speaking, that doesn’t make a lot of sense. Every day of every term– quarter, semester, or year– we have work to do and we […]
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Good News by Mr. Waagen

“Guess what? I got an “A” on my test I took!” “I found my car keys!” “Hey, I found a dollar in the seat cushion!” “I don’t believe it, I just won the lottery!” I am guessing we have all heard most of those phrases sometime during our lives, except perhaps the one about winning […]
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