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Click Clack Quack to School | Book Activities and Craftivity

Click Clack Quack to School | Book Activities and Craftivity

 CLICK CLACK QUACK TO SCHOOLOur favorite Duck is back, and he's off to school in Doreen Cronin's Click, Clack, Quack to School! This book is a perfect back to school read aloud, and these activities pair with the book for literacy learning in Kindergarten and First Grade. Farmer Brown is invited to come to school for a special Farm Day themed lunch. A note written in crayon on the invitation tells him to bring his farm animals, too! Farmer Brown is very excited to visit the school. He tries to get his animals ready for the school visit. The animals...

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The Ultimate High School Supplies Checklist, According to Editors

The Ultimate High School Supplies Checklist, According to Editors

Aside from picking out the perfect first day of school outfit and ensuring you're stocked up on their favorite snacks, another major order of business is scooping up all the necessary school supplies. You'll need the basics, like notebooks, pens, and a backpack, but chances are, they don't want anything that's super ordinary. After all, certain products have the power of making them feel like they can take on anything the year might throw at them, be it the perfect locker accessories or a brand-new pencil case. We just know they'll also appreciate those items that *probably* don't make the...

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This Subscription Service Is Perfect For Young Readers

This Subscription Service Is Perfect For Young Readers

As a parent, I can never say no to books. And many parents have a similar approach to help encourage reading. A 2019 study found that parents who read up to five books a day to their children often give them an academic edge. Those children will enter kindergarten having heard around 1.4 million more words than their peers who don’t have the same exposure to literature. While five books a day is a lofty goal for many parents, it becomes easier with a wider selection at hand. And, that’s where companies like OwlCrate Jr can help.Subscribe To OwlCrate Jr...

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Conservative Christian PAC’s 7 school board candidates running in Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Temecula

Conservative Christian PAC’s 7 school board candidates running in Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Temecula

Following last week’s filing deadline, seven candidates endorsed by a group seeking Christian conservative majorities on southwest Riverside County school boards have qualified to run in the Nov. 8 general election. Jason Craig, Danny Gonzalez, Joseph Komrosky and Jen Wiersma are challenging incumbents for seats on the Temecula Valley Unified School District board, according to the unofficial candidate list from the county Registrar of Voters. Also, Courtney Cooper and Nick Pardue are seeking Murrieta Valley Unified School District board seats and Jill Leonard is running in the Lake Elsinore Unified School District. All seven have the support of the Inland...

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Complete Homeschool Booklist: Reading List for Grade K-12

Complete Homeschool Booklist: Reading List for Grade K-12

Parents who are looking for a complete homeschool booklist for Grade K-12 should look no further. This article provides a comprehensive list of resources that will help parents get started with homeschooling. The list includes living books used in many Charlotte Mason curricula and books commonly found in classical education curricula. It also has a few books from the Sonlight book list. You can also see if you can find them on Audible or Youtube as audiobooks. Don’t forget that depending on your child’s abilities, they can read books from booklists that are a year or two older or younger...

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