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Daily Lit Bit - 7/3/19

Your work as a teacher of literacy can be demanding, challenging, and at times altogether frustrating. But it is also worthwhile and important because it transforms the lives of children.  (continue reading)
Wed, Jul 3, '19

Teacher Tip: Create a Classroom Environment that Supports Word Solving

Follow these steps to help guide you when organizing your classroom environment to support word solving.  (continue reading)
Tue, Jul 2, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 7/1/19

Whether you are teaching prekindergarteners to recognize individual letters in their names or you are teaching sixth graders to recognize bias in the language of a persuasive text, your work is transformative.  (continue reading)
Mon, Jul 1, '19

FAQ Friday: Where can I get ideas for organizing my classroom?

Where can I get ideas for organizing my classroom?  (continue reading)
Fri, Jun 28, '19

Your Guide to the Fountas & Pinnell Literacy™ Community

What is the Fountas & Pinnell Literacy™ Community? Find out who the Community is for, what it consists of, and why you need to be a part of it.  (continue reading)
Thu, Jun 27, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/17/19

When teachers with a common vision work together over time, and have the lift of excellent professional learning, they develop a common knowledge about the nature of learning.  (continue reading)
Mon, Jun 17, '19

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