Total Results: 43

Lidia Smith Nov 7, 2019

Nov 7, 2019

Ace your Personal Essay with 3 steps

The personal essay is something which puzzles most of the students. They think every essay they write is a personal essay, but it is not like that. Things are not as easy as pie. To produce an excellent personal essay you must need to distinguish a ...

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peter thomas Nov 4, 2019

Nov 4, 2019

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Philip Marlowe Nov 2, 2019

Nov 2, 2019

Ask Expert Writers to Write Your Coursework Writing Task

Writing a convincing coursework is not an easy responsibility to fulfill. May be writing task has been assigned by the professor forcefully but it is much important for your academic career and you must understand the fact that it is assigned ...

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NCFL Mar 13, 2019

Mar 13, 2019

Expand your knowledge and network at #NCFL19

Registration is now open for the 2019 Families Learning Conference, held in Louisville, Kentucky, November 4-6! The Families Learning Conference aims to equip educators, program staff, librarians, parent leaders, and others with best practices, ...

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Laura McShane Feb 15, 2019

Feb 15, 2019

Picturing America

I first became aware of the National Center for Families Learning and Wonderopolis as part of a suite of FREE Open Educational Resources - searchable through the Verizon Thinkfinity platform. Also included in this suite of resources was the ...

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NCFL Apr 27, 2018

Apr 27, 2018

Making your case to attend the 2018 Families Learning Conference

By now you’ve heard who’s keynoting the General Sessions. You’ve seen a preview of the concurrent sessions and presenters already confirmed. And your colleagues have told you just how great their experience was at the 2017 Families Learning ...

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Kristie Ennis Feb 20, 2018

Feb 20, 2018

Celebrating African American History Month with Wonder!

Looking for ways to incorporate more African American History into your lessons? Why not use Wonderopolis? That's right, they've put together one new tidbit for each weekday this month that aligns with the wonders of the day. Today, for example, the ...

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Michelle Cooper Sep 26, 2017

Sep 26, 2017

Keep your students WONDERing with Buncee & Wonderopolis

Remember when students asked five hundred questions a day? Children start out their academic careers insatiably curious. They wonder how grass smells, how far away is the sun, and are giants real? Sometimes, it is hard to keep up with all those ...

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Carol Varsalona Sep 16, 2017

Sep 16, 2017

Make Your Mark on International Dot Day 2017

It's International Dot Day 2017, "a global celebration of creativity, courage and collaboration". Dots are filling Twitter like confetti from the sky. 10,007,526 people are celebrating in 169 countries around the world. Thanks to author, ...

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NCFL Sep 5, 2017

Sep 5, 2017

Kentucky families enjoy a farm-to-fork meal during Camp Wonderopolis®

This summer, three libraries across the nation were awarded $3,000 grants, NCFL training, and Campsite Kits to implement Camp Wonderopolis® programming, thanks to generous support from Better World Books. These libraries provided Maker activities ...

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Carol Varsalona Aug 21, 2017

Aug 21, 2017

Great American Eclipse - Wonder Bundle #5

It's just minutes away from an amazing natural phenomenon-a celestial happening and I am excited to be immersed in the experience. Newspaper headlines, morning talk shows, live streaming newscasts, and articles on the eclipse are circulating today. ...

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Kristie Ennis Jul 17, 2017

Jul 17, 2017

How Does Your Garden Grow?

When I recently moved from Kentucky, where I lived in a house and had my own gardening space, to a suburb of Chicago, I lamented not having a place to exercise my "green thumb." Inherited from my dad's family, I have always had great luck tending ...

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Renee Cunningham Feb 21, 2017

Feb 21, 2017

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

It’s no secret that teachers like a good deal...when something is free, like sample pens or pencils, teachers will quickly gobble them up for their classroom. As much as teachers attack freebies, they also spend their own money on supplies for ...

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Jim DeSantis Sep 11, 2016

Sep 11, 2016

Be a Tour Guide

Help your students learn a little more about their community. Check out my lesson plan "Explore Your Neighborhood". Many students live their lives in just a few short blocks, never exploring beyond their immediate surroundings. Understanding how a ...

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Jim DeSantis Aug 4, 2016

Aug 4, 2016

Who Makes Your Rules?

As every teacher does, my mind in August is constantly thinking about what the new year has to bring. What changes can I enact in my room (the library) that will make a lasting change in the behavior and attitudes of my students? While reading ...

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Renee Cunningham Jun 13, 2016

Jun 13, 2016

A Journey of Wonder

This year my co-worker and I decided on a BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal)...we were going to try to connect classes in our school with an author/expert/class/SOMETHING in each of the 50 states. This is a big goal, but even bigger considering we are ...

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