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“Ten Apples Up On Top” by Dr. Seuss

I love this book, which is very popular in September.  Thanks “vancemo” for posting this fun song on You Tube!   He stops at 10, before the true ending of the story, but it works well with the activity provided in … Continue reading

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Differentiating Activities in Early Childhood

This is a really nice demonstration by Lindy McDaniel on differentiating the same activity in an early childhood classroom.  This could be done with activities across the curriculum.  Work with the strengths and needs of your students to provide activities that … Continue reading

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