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5 Reasons to use Graphic Novels in Your Classroom

Stone, a Great Graphic Novel for Your Classroom by author David Alexander Robertson and artist Scott B. Henderson Stone, book 1 of 4 in the 7 Generations series, is the first graphic novel published by HighWater Press, an imprint of Portage & Main Press. Graphic novel is a term used by librarians and educators to […]

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5 Tips for Teaching Phonemic Awareness

From A Feast of Rhyme, Rhythm, and Song: Developing Phonemic Awareness Through Music by Nancy Lee Cecil and Carol W. McCormick Authors Nancy Lee Cecil and Carol W. McCormick have created this book for all children but specifically for children who are unaware of the subtleties of the sounds in the speech stream, or who […]

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5 Tips for Teaching Art

From Teaching Art: A Complete Guide for the Classroom by Rhian Brynjolson Author and artist Rhian Brynjolson believes that you do not have to be an artist to teach art. However, she does believe that a positive attitude toward trying art exercises will affect how your students respond to art. In her new book, Teaching […]

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New from Rhian Brynjolson

For All Teachers Teaching Art is written for classroom teachers, art education specialists, childcare workers, artists working in schools, parents who home-school their children, and school administrators. It can also be used as a university textbook for Education students. The book provides a framework for teaching art in a way that is integrated with regular […]

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New from Nancy Lee Cecil and Carol W. McCormick

For Grades PreK–1 In A Feast of Rhyme, Rhythm, and Song, the authors present an interactive and engaging approach to teaching phonemic awareness – an essential foundation for later reading success. This book is for all children but specifically for children who are unaware of the subtleties of the sounds in the speech stream, or […]

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