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Book Review – I’d Really Like to Eat a Child

Last week, I began a new focus for blog posts and introduced a book review.  That was the first of what I plan to be a regular series on BP Connection.  Today’s book review is the next entry in a

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Alphabet Organizer

If you’re looking for a new way to create alphabet cards that include words and pictures, especially a way to keep them organized, look no further than Alphabet Organizer.  This free iPad app, published by the International Literacy Association, helps

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The Power of Read Alouds

I have long loved being read to and have specific memories from my school years of teachers reading to the class. When I was in second grade, Mrs. Cain would read to us after lunch. Everyone would sit at their

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Beginning Reads – Bringing Children into Reading

Back in the summer, a number of us from the Best Practices team had the opportunity to attend an early childhood education conference in Salt Lake City.  We brought back many, wonderful things that we have been able to share

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Messages of Effective Reading Teachers

My first class of students is never far from my mind.  I think about those five- and six-year-olds often with a sort of “Where are they now?” musing.  They began their student careers the same time that I began my

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